Nearly 35,000 food items collected for Sally Ann

This year, Stuff the Truck brought in nearly 35,000 items. Over the last three years the event has raised nearly 77,000 food items.

A woman (right) donates a bag of food to the third annual Stuff the Truck food drive spearheaded by Central Community Church on Saturday at Save-On Foods in downtown Chilliwack.

Above, a woman (right) donates a bag of food to the third annual Stuff the Truck food drive spearheaded by Central Community Church on Saturday at Save-On Foods in downtown Chilliwack.

With help from Sardis Baptist Church and Harrison Gospel Chapel, the event took place at three different locations, two in Chilliwack and one in Agassiz, collecting non-perishable food items for the Chilliwack Salvation Army.

May was Hunger Awareness month, and for the last few years the church has ended the month with a food drive.

This year, Stuff the Truck brought in nearly 35,000 items. Over the last three years the event has raised nearly 77,000 food items.

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