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Help Us ‘Fill The Truck' To End Hunger This Holiday Season

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OnCue Express and News 9 are teaming up to fight hunger in Oklahoma this holiday season.

One in six adults and one in four children in our state struggle with hunger. The holiday season brings an even larger need for non-perishable food items to help hungry Oklahomans get the food they need. Currently, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is down 1.7 million pounds of food from this time last year and we need your help!

That’s why News 9 and OnCue are joining forces to help fill the shelves of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and their partner agencies across central and western Oklahoma.

It’s easy to donate!

From December 1-15th, stop by your local OnCue Express location and donate non-perishable food items to help us fill the Regional Food Bank’s semi-truck. The most needed items are canned meat, canned vegetables and fruits, peanut butter, rice and beans.  OnCue locations are open 24 hours so drop by anytime to donate! Participating OnCue Express locations are listed below.

Donate three and your drink is FREE! 

Anyone who makes a donation of three or more food items at an OnCue location will receive a free drink. (Fountain Drink, Coffee or FreezeeCue).

Other Opportunities to Give: 

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015:

Visit the News 9 This Morning Anchor team at OnCue near Reno and Macarthur on 12/2.  Store Address is 5900 W. Reno Ave. OKC, OK 73127. Drop off your items for the Fill The Truck Food Drive and enjoy free coffee and donuts courtesy of News 9 and OnCue. We will be taking donations from 7am-9am and the Morning Team will be saying hello and signing autographs from 8am-9am.

Tuesday, December 8th 2015: Fill The Truck Donation Day at News 9 

From 7am-7pm stop by News 9 to donate non-perishable items to help us fill the truck. News 9 is located at 7401 N. Kelley Ave, OKC, OK 73111.

Text to Give: 

You can also help the fight against childhood hunger by texting ‘FFK’ to 501501 to give $10 to support the Regional Food Bank and the Food For Kids program.  *Standard text messaging rates apply

List of Most-Needed Items:

  • Canned Meats (tuna, chicken, salmon, etc.)
  • Canned Fruits
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Macaroni and Cheese
  • Peanut Butter
  • Boxed Meals
  • Rice
  • Beans

Things to Remember:

  • Please do not give home-canned or homemade goods. The Regional Food Bank is not able to redistribute these items.
  • All products must be in original packaging with proper labels for distribution. We cannot take “bulk” or loose packaged items.
  • Retail-sized items are preferred; most households cannot use jumbo-sized products.
  • No perishables (e.g. potatoes, bread, meat).
  • No alcohol or medicine.
  • All cans must have labels.
  • We cannot distribute anything that has been opened.

See A List Of Participating OnCue Express Locations

About the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma:
The Regional Food Bank is the state’s largest private hunger-relief organization, providing enough food to feed more than 116,000 hungry Oklahomans every week through a network of more than 1,250 charitable feeding programs and schools in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties.

Through January 15, Oklahomans can make a $1 million total impact in the fight against hunger this holiday season! Every dollar donated will be matched, up to $500,000, thanks to Chesapeake Energy Corporation and the Cresap Family Foundation.  To make a tax-deductible donation to the Regional Food Bank, call 405.600.3136 or visit regionalfoodbank.org.  

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