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Whole Food Markets, Paradise Valley, is excited to partner with the PV Emergency Food Bank as the recipient of donations from the 2013 Feed 4 More campaign. The goal is to generate an estimated $12,000 in dry goods donations for the holiday season from 11/1-12/31.
Feed 4 More is an annual community food drive sponsored by Whole Foods Market customers who purchase $5 or $10 breakfast, lunch and dinner meals of non-perishable foods. Items featured include :Mac & Cheese, Soups, Peanut Butter, Applesauce, Oatmeal and personal care products. 100% of the funds collected are donated in the form of the above goods to the PV Emergency Food Bank , a 501(c)3 non profit organization.
On-line information is available on the Whole Foods Facebook page at
Donations may be made via PayPal. You do not need to have a PayPal account to donate via PayPal. They accept credit card payments. All data is securely maintained by PayPal. The Food Bank receives no credit card or account information, only your address, so that we may provide a Thank You. The PV Emergency Food Bank will not share any names or addresses with other organizations.
WHAT IS PVEFB?
PVEFB stands for Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank. It is a food cooperative formed from existing organizations in the Paradise Valley area to aid the community's hungry. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
WHAT IS PVEFB'S MAIN OBJECTIVE?
. . . to provide emergency food assistance to individuals living within the boundaries of the Paradise Valley Unified School District. PVEFB distributes food to families that would otherwise go hungry. The emergency provisions provide wholesome, nourishing meals to families in need. They bridge the gap until a long-term solution can be arranged.
HOW DOES PVEFB WORK?
Volunteers takes calls from clients. Other volunteers set up food boxes to be picked up by the clients, by appointment.