FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 8-25-2022
City of Princeton “Spreads the Hope” for annual Peanut Butter Drive
PRINCETON, TEXAS: The City of Princeton is excited to announce its partnership with North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) for its annual Peanut Butter Drive. The drive begins on September 1st and will run until September 30th in support of Hunger Action Month. Last year, NTFB distributed 1.4 million pounds of peanut butter to hungry families across North Texas.
Residents are encouraged to contribute to the drive by donating unopened, regular-sized plastic jars of peanut butter. Donations may be dropped off to the collection boxes at any of the following municipal locations:
- Princeton Municipal Center – 2000 E. Princeton Drive
- Lois Nelson Public Library – 323 McKinney Avenue
- Fire Station #1 – 510 Woody Drive
- Fire Station #3 – 1100 Myrick Lane
- Public Works – 255 E. Monte Carlo Boulevard
Those unable to donate in person are welcome to contribute to NTFB’s virtual drive. For more information on the Peanut Butter Drive, please visit Peanut Butter Drive | North Texas Food Bank (ntfb.org)
About North Texas Food Bank
North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping feed North Texans who face food insecurity. NTFB works with over 200 partner agencies to distribute food to those in need.