Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Events helping to scare away hunger


Tis the season for jack-o-lanterns, haunted houses, costumes, and all things spooky. Help scare away hunger this October while enjoying the fun of Halloween.

Support St. Mary’s at the AZ Cardinals Food Drive


WHAT:  The Arizona Cardinals Football Club and Albertsons will hold its annual “Food and Funds Drive” for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. Fans are asked to bring non-perishable food items – especially one-pound bags of rice and beans as well as canned fruits and vegetables – to the game and drop it off with volunteers stationed outside all entrance gates University of Phoenix Stadium.

Arizona’s Biggest Turkey Drive is back!


St. Mary’s Food Bank and Safeway team up to help thousands of families enjoy a traditional holiday meal this thanksgiving.  

Help the hungry of Arizona and enjoy free admission to the Arizona State Fair


Donation of 3 non-perishable food items to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance earns a free fair admission from noon—6 p.m. on “We Care Wednesday.’ All Rides just $2, Darius Rucker concert admission included until 6 p.m.

Comerica Bank and Iron Mountain host “Shred Day Phoenix”


Comerica Bank and storage and information management services company Iron Mountain Incorporated are teaming up to host the first annual Shred Day Phoenix, a free document shredding event, on Saturday, October 11 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The secure document shredding event is free but a donation of two non-perishable food items for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is encouraged. It will be held in front of Comerica Theatre on West Washington Street in downtown Phoenix, and is designed to raise awareness of identity theft prevention, hunger and recycling.

Vote to help St. Mary’s win $60,000


It’s election season here at the Food Bank, too. And we need your votes!

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