Help your neighbors during Saturday’s ‘Mayors’ Day of Concern for the Hungry’

The City of Seatac is supporting the “Mayors’ Day of Concern for the Hungry this Saturday, Sept. 27.

“Our City and neighboring communities have a high percentage of individuals and families living in poverty and in need of meeting basic food needs,” reads an announcement. “The City urges everyone to donate to the local food banks and other food distribution organizations to help nourish those who are hungry.”

Collection bins for non-perishable food items only will be available in the first, second and third floor lobbies of SeaTac City Hall (4800 South 188th Street) as well as the SeaTac Community Center (13735 24th Avenue South) starting Thursday, September 25 during regular business hours.

The collection will also take place at SeaTac City Hall’s first floor lobby through Prescription Drug Take Back Day – also on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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