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Posted on: December 14, 2021

Local Fire Departments Announce Pop Top Canned Food Drive for Tornado Victims

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Several local fire departments have partnered with the One Generation Away food bank to collect pop top canned goods and other non-perishable items for those devastated by the deadly overnight tornadoes.

One Generation Away Executive Director Chris Whitney stressed the great need for items with easy open and/or pop tops, as well as easy mac and cheese, cereal bars, peanut butter and crackers, and diapers and wipes. Donations will be accepted through December 21, from 7 AM to 7 PM, at Brentwood Fire Station 1, Fairview Fire Station 31, and all Franklin and Spring Hill Fire Stations.  Whitney said there is not a need for water and Gatorade at this time. 

DROP OFF LOCATIONS (Daily 7 AM to 7 PM):

  • Brentwood Fire Station 1, 5211 Maryland Way
  • Fairview Fire Station 31, 7131 Bowie Lake Rd.
  • All Franklin Fire Stations
  • All Spring Hill Fire Stations
  • Williamson County Rescue Squad will accept donations at these locations:
     
    • Station 21 - 5404 Pinewood Rd, Franklin
    • Station 22 - 1493 Sneed Rd, Franklin
    • Station 24 - 2646 Goose Creek Bypass, Franklin

NEEDED ITEMS:

  • Pop top cans of vegetables, soups, raviolis, and beans
  • Easy mac and cheese
  • Cereal bars
  • Peanut butter and crackers
  • Diapers
  • Wipes

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