King of Prussia District & Conlin’s Print will host Stuff-a-Truck, a drive-through food drive at KOP Town Center on Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 9 AM –4 PM
King of Prussia, PA (November 12, 2020) –King of Prussia District is ramping up its efforts to raise food donations in response to an increase in demand at Upper Merion Area Community Cupboard (UMACC). Partnering with Conlin’s Print,King of Prussia District will close out its 10th Annual Food Drive with Stuff-a-Truck, a drive-through food drive,on Tuesday, November 17 from 9 AM –4 PM in King of Prussia Town Center at the intersection of Main Street and Town Center Plaza.
During Stuff-a-Truck, King of Prussia District employees and volunteers will be on hand to unload donations directly from donor vehicles into a 16ft box truck donated by Ryder Truck Rental in King of Prussia. Donors can also enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee from Starbucks and donut holes from Founding Farmers, both located in KOP Town Center, without leaving the comfort of their cars. Cash donations for UMACC will also be accepted.
King of Prussia District kicked off their 10th Annual Food Driveon October 19 with custom donation boxes printed by Conlin’s located at 12 different locations in King of Prussia:
- Conlin’s Print–1011 W. 8th Ave.
- Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel–480 N. Gulph Rd.
- Omnia at Town Center–300 Village Dr.
- Canvas Valley Forge–101 Bryce Ln.
- 1000 Continental–1000 Continental Dr.
- The Atrium Building–123 Mall Blvd., lobby facing The Capital Grille
- KOP Town Center Management Office–155 Village Dr., Suite 100
- King of Prussia Mall–Entrances near Rite Aid, Bonefish Grill & California Pizza Kitchen
- 2520 Renaissance Blvd–Amenity Center
- The Alloy King of Prussia –a DoubleTree by Hilton–391 W. Dekalb Pk.
- Upper Merion Township Library–175 W. Valley Forge Rd.
- Workhorse Brewery Company–250 King Manor Dr.
Located in the Valley Forge Presbyterian Building at 191 Town Center Road in King of Prussia, UMACC is open to anyone who lives within the bounds of the Upper Merion School District and is hungry or food insufficient. The food pantry currently serves over 100 families.For more information, visit UMACC.org. The King of Prussia business community has supported UMACC in various ways since it was established in 2018, but support for the pantry has grown in response to the increased demand due to the pandemic. In March and April when businesses were forced to shut down, Bonefish Grill, bartaco, True Food Kitchen, Outback Steakhouse, Hedgehog Grill, Chick-Fil-A, Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel and Valley Forge Casino Resort all made food donations to the pantry. Other businesses, like First Quality and Costco, donated important supplies like laundry detergent and diapers, while King of Prussia District issued a challenge to the community to raise money for a van for UMACC, matching donations up to $1,000.
“I am proud of the way our business community comes together time and time again to support this important resource for Upper Merion Township,” said Eric Goldstein, Executive Director of King of Prussia District. “This is a community that supports one another and thefood drive is a perfect example of that spirit.”
KING OF PRUSSIA DISTRICT
King of Prussia District is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, special services organization. King of Prussia District engages public and private partners to collaboratively improve the economic environment in King of Prussia by making it more vibrant, attractive and prosperous.