Olympic Kiwanis Club accepting donations for annual tuna drive

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Kiwanis Club is accepting donations for its 27th Community Tuna Fish Drive through April 5.

The annual drive’s goal is to collect the equivalent of 23,000 cans of tuna fish for the Port Angeles Food Bank.

Collection barrels are located at Safeway East, the Mount Pleasant IGS and the food bank’s new location at 632 N. Oakridge Drive.

Monetary contributions can be mailed to Port Angeles Food Bank, Tuna Drive, P.O. Box 1885, Port Angeles, WA 98362

Donors can also text “Tuna Drive” to 44321 to make a monetary donation.

Monetary donations will be used to purchase canned tuna or other high-protein foods such as low-fat milk, eggs, other types of fish, lean meat and peanut butter.

For more information, call Tim Crowley at 360-457-5933 or email [email protected]

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