Westhill’s 9th Annual Food Drive aims to make holidays brighter for Maltby Food Bank
Westhill is once again leading the charge to make a significant impact on the local community as they launch their 9th Annual “TON” of Food Drive in support of the Maltby Food Bank. The drive began October 30 and runs through Friday, December 8. Westhill is on a mission to collect a whopping 2,000 lbs. of essential items to assist the Maltby Food Bank in providing a brighter holiday season for families in need. “We are committed to supporting our community and ensuring that everyone can enjoy a happy holiday season,” said Westhill spokesperson, John Smith. “Our annual food drive is a testament to the generosity of our clients, friends, and neighbors who come together to make a difference.” Contributions to the food drive can be made by visiting a Westhill office during their regular business hours.
Additionally, the company is offering the convenience of accepting donations via delivery, provided that donors call ahead to schedule their drop-off. To arrange a delivery or for more information, interested parties can contact WestHill at 425-483-0999 during their office hours, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Westhill’s office is located at 12810 NE 178th Street — Suite 104, Woodinville, Wash. The Maltby Food Bank has identified a list of most-needed items to guide donations, including warm blankets, hand and foot warmers, condiments, coffee, aspirin/Tylenol, toothpaste and toothbrushes, Tums, oil, boxed meals, pet food, warm socks and gloves, toiletries, baby diapers and wipes, canned foods, cloth grocery bags, dish soap, laundry soap, cleaning supplies, apple sauce, bread crumbs, and sugar. Westhill’s continued dedication to supporting the Maltby Food Bank underscores their commitment to making a positive impact on the local community. By rallying together to contribute to this vital cause, residents of Woodinville and surrounding areas can help ensure that their neighbors in need have a warm and nourishing holiday season.
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