"Tuna Tuesday” has nothing to do with what you're eating for lunch.
Instead, the Salvation Army is partnering with the City of Omaha in a food drive. All you have to do is bring any non perishable food items to a city office September 20th to October 6th. The blue barrels are placed at each location. Organizers say there is a need in the community.
“There are several that are already filled up and we have people that are going out to collect those donations so that they can refill them,” said Director of Volunteers Greg Kadrlik.
They are most in need of soups, canned food, tomato products, macaroni and cheese and boxed dinners. The Salvation Army also has food barrels at all Omaha Police and Fire precincts.
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