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Printing Industries Assoc. of San Diego Fights Hunger in San Diego

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

San Diego Printing Companies to Collect Food to Help San Diego Food Bank 

SAN DIEGO – The Printing Industries Association of San Diego, the largest local association serving the San Diego printing and graphic arts industry announced  its Harvest Food Drive  from Nov. 14-18, 2016.  This annual event is sponsored by the Sales Club of PIA San Diego. These donations will aid in feeding the 483,000 individuals in San Diego County who live at or near the Federal Poverty Level.   

Non perishable food can be dropped off at any one of three sites: PIA San Diego headquarters in Scripps Ranch (10650 Treena Street, San Diego, CA 92131), ZUZA (2304 Farady Avenue, Carlsbad, CA 92008) or Speedy Bindery (4386 Jutland Drive, San Diego, CA  92117) between 9 am – 4 pm.  Suggested food items include canned meat and tuna, canned soups, canned fruits and vegetables, peanut butter, canned beans, dry pastas and canned sauces, cereal, rick and macaroni and cheese.  Cash donations can also be made online.

PIA San Diego Sales Club President Colleen Ruis Ince commented, “At a time when so many people are struggling, it’s important for companies and individuals to help provide a solution to this problem.  We’re thankful that San Diego’s printing industry stepped up to help those less fortunate again this year.” 

For more information regarding the PIA/SD Annual Food Drive or the organization please call (858) 800.6900 or visit us online at piasd.org

 

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