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It’s the Great American Milk Drive. With a simple click of a mouse or text message, it’s now possible to buy much-needed milk and donate it for as little as $5 to a family that does not have regular access to milk.

By entering your zip code, you can ensure that the milk is delivered from the farm to a local Feeding America food bank in your very own community. Learn more at or text MILK to 27722.

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  • Joe

    Are we going to start a charity program for every food group? Kids also need fruits and vegetables. What about people making donations for them? We already have churches, food pantries and harvestors providing the poor and the lazy with food. Now they want those who work to feed their families to start donating to those who don’t like to go to work every day.

  • wellnessclinician

    While I agree there are many that abuse our broken system, there are families out there that are hard working and deserve help; because of the abusers, some people that really need help are unable to get the help they need; some of these people work 2 jobs and still live below what is considered to be basic needs in our society. Programs like this can help bridge this gap. If people do not get proper nutrition they are at higher risk for health issues which further burdens our society.

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