Get a free taco and medium drink at Taco Bell this Wednesday!
On August 18, anyone who donates five nonperishable food items at Taco Bell on Woodley and San Fernando Mission gets a free lunch from the food 4 food drive.
In a partnership with the Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council, the San Fernando Valley Jaycees will be collecting donations for The Valley Interfaith Council's Food Pantry Coalition.
“With the economic downturn, it’s a really tough time right now for many local families. We’re
very happy to join the Encino Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Interfaith Council to help
these families put nutritious food on the table,” says SFV Jaycees President Vickie Bourdas.
In addition, three McDonald’s locations in Encino and Tarzana will be giving away a free smoothie, and Togo’s of Woodland Hills will give a free mini classic sandwich.
Donations will also be accepted at the San Fernando Valley Jaycees booth at the Warner Center Concerts in the Park on August 15th, at Porter Ranch Pharmacy, Powerhouse Gym in Chatsworth, 7-Eleven in Porter Ranch, and California Pizza Kitchen will be accepting donations at their location in the Northridge Fashion Center.
Non-perishable food items include canned foods, rice, oatmeal, boxed cereals, boxed breakfast bars, and boxed pasta.
Businesses interested in participating may contact Vahid Khorsand at 818-437-0459 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
food 4 food locations:
11101 Woodley Ave (Woodley & San Fernando Mission), Granada Hills
15700 Ventura Blvd (Haskell & Ventura), Encino
17641 Ventura Blvd (White Oak & Ventura), Encino
18909 Ventura Blvd (Wilbur & Ventura), Tarzana
21506 Victory Blvd, Woodland Hills