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Holiday Food Drive for UCM

Gale Wallar - Still Life: Valençay & Others
Still Life: Valençay & Others, acrylic on board by Gale Wallar

Bring a donation of nonperishable food when you come to receiving (or next time you stop by) and you can help feed the hungry!

United Community Ministries (UCM) is a private, non-profit, community-based social services agency that assists low-income families and individuals in Northern Virginia. Please help us build UCM’s food bank by bringing cans of food anytime through January 6. Together, we collect over 200 pounds for UCM each year. Let’s set a new record in 2014!

You can drop off food in the box marked “Holiday Food Drive” in front of The Art League Gallery (studio 21 on the first floor of the Torpedo Factory). Especially appreciated: low-sugar cereal, low-sodium canned goods, and whole grain pasta and meals.

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