Kent 911 Driving School hosts Trunk of Love to benefit Kent Food Bank

Food drive accepts donations throughout February

  • Friday, February 2, 2018 12:09pm
  • Life

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Kent’s 911 Driving School is hosting a Trunk of Love canned food drive.

Now through Wednesday, Feb. 28, community members, families and students are invited to drop off nonperishable items for those in-need at the driving School, 841 Central Ave. N.

911 Driving School will be collecting canned food for Kent Food Bank, a local organization that provides food assistance to those in need, a clothing bank to keep warm, and as well as financial assistance to those who need it in the Kent community.

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