UMN Morris Students “Trick or Can” So Others Can Eat
- UMN Morris students will go door-to-door collecting donations for the Stevens County Food Shelf on Oct. 31.
- Donations will be picked up at the door and can be left in advance.
- The food shelf accepts nonperishable food items, unopened hygiene products, and donations by cash/check.
Instead of asking for candy this Halloween, UMN Morris students will go door-to-door collecting donations for the Stevens County Food Shelf: the campus Office of Community Engagement will host its annual Trick or Can event on Wednesday, October 31, from 6-8 p.m.
Those who wish to help are invited to have a donation ready at the door. Donations can be left on the doorstep (marked "Trick or Can".)
The food shelf accepts:
- nonperishable food items
- unopened personal hygiene items
- donations by cash or check (made out to "Stevens County Food Shelf")
The food shelf is in particular need of:
- healthy soups
- hygiene products: toothpaste, soaps, feminine hygiene products
Last year UMN Morris students gathered 883 pounds of food and more than $400 in donations. This year they hope to do even more: 1,000 pounds of food and $600 in donations.