Fill-A-Bus food drive collects over 25K lbs. of food

THE FILL-A-BUS food drive raised more than 25,000 pounds of food this year. Above, Cristina McKibbin, chief operating officer, We Share Hope; David Sarlitto, executive director, Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation; and Erik Wallin, executive director, Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. / COURTESY OCEAN STATE JOB LOT
THE FILL-A-BUS food drive raised more than 25,000 pounds of food this year. Above, Cristina McKibbin, chief operating officer, We Share Hope; David Sarlitto, executive director, Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation; and Erik Wallin, executive director, Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. / COURTESY OCEAN STATE JOB LOT
NORTH KINGSTOWN – The eighth annual Fill-A-Bus Food Drive collected more than 25,000 pounds of food to benefit food pantries in Rhode Island, Ocean State Job Lot announced Monday. The food drive raised more than 8,000 pounds in 2018. The food drive was conducted by OSJL in collaboration with the R.I. Public Transit Authority and…

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