Hastings Post Office hosts Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive


The United States Post Office in Hastings, Minnesota is ready to fight back against hunger in the community on Saturday, May 11. Partnering with the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, postal carriers will collect non-perishable food item donations that residents can leave at their mailboxes, and the Hastings Post Office will bring them to Hastings Family Service, a community organization that provides “help and hope to people in the Hastings area by offering emergency services.”
Amy Sutton, Executive Director at Hastings Family Service, is grateful to the Hastings Post Office for their help. “We are thrilled that they chose to participate in that, and it makes a big difference for Hastings Family Service,” she said.
With donations taking a downward trend since the COVID pandemic, carriers are hoping to come back stronger. Leave a bag of non-perishable food items near your mailbox on Saturday and together we can work to stop hunger in the Hastings Community