You Can Help Support Broome County CHOW With Food-A-Bago This Weekend
The steady traffic of vehicles stopping by our 2022 Food-A-Bago Food Drive for Broome County CHOW was very encouraging on Thursday, November 3rd, our 4th day of the food drive.
And for that, we thank you. To be able to help a person or a family in need at this time of year to put food on their table is such a selfless act. And we know times are tough these days with high prices for food, gasoline, and just about everything else.
What Does A Monetary Donation Do For Broome County CHOW?
On Thursday, a person stopped by with a ten-dollar donation and mentioned that was all he could afford. That ten-dollar donation will allow Broome County CHOW to put together 50 full meals. So all he could afford is going a long way. Every dollar equals five meals.
Non-perishable food and monetary donations to help people in Broome County, plus stopping by to chat with our radio personalities where we get the chance to meet you, is what Food-A-Bago is all about.
Let's Fill Up The CHOW Truck!
The large Broome County CHOW truck has a lot of room for food, and this weekend we hope to fill it up, but we can't do it without your help.
Broome County CHOW Food Needs
Where Is The Food-A-Bago Food Drive?
You will find us in an Oliver's camper next to the Broome County CHOW truck in the parking lot of Weis Food Market, 1290 Upper Front Street, Binghamton from 8 am to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday.
After hours, you can place non-perishable food items in the blue CHOW barrels next to the camper or at Gary's U Pull It on Colesville Road, Binghamton, and at 21st Century Pools& Spas on the Vestal Parkway, Vestal during their business hours. By the way, you can make an online donation through this secure PayPal link.
Check out the pictures updated daily from the 2022 Food-A-Bago Food Drive below. And thank you for whatever donation you can make. It's appreciated more that you know.