We Are Wayzata Strong (a community-based group of west metro neighbors, friends and the Wayzata High school Y.E.S Program) will host a food drive to supply the Food Shelf run by Plymouth-based human services nonprofit Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners.
The event will take place Thursday, June 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Wayzata High School parking lot.
COVID-19 has created job loss or reduction in pay for many families increasing the demand for food.
“In these challenging times, this is a great way to come out and support those in need” said Dan Schmidt member of the We Are Wayzata Strong organization. “Our goal is to #STACKTHESEMI in honor of our front-line community members, educators, school district staff and our 2020 graduates for their tireless work, contributions and achievements.”
Here is a list of their most needed items:
Canned meat or fish
Diapers, Size 5 & 6
Coffee and Tea
Canned fruits and vegetables
Rice and Pasta
Find out more information at www.WayzataStrong.org