Commissaries are serving as collection points for the Feds Feed Families campaign, which began June 1 and ends Aug. 31 at participating stateside military installations. Participating installations help collect items most needed by food pantries and then donate them to area food banks. A list of the most needed items for donations is available on the Air Force website. This year, no goals have been set, but the Department of Defense is urging participants to do their best to top their past donations. For more information on the campaign, visit the U.S. Department of Agriculture website.
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