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ASA Alumni Association, Peers for Careers Club & Food Bank for New York City Food Drive

Join ASA Career Services Department in this initiative. Donations are accepted from November 25th, 2019 through December 16th, 2019.

FOOD ITEMS TO DONATE

Canned fruit, apple sauce, dried fruits, fruit cups, jelly and jam, peanut butter, and baby food.

CERTAIN NON-FOOD ITEMS ARE ALSO WELCOME:

Paper products, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, and tissue.

PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS:     

Toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deodorant, and feminine hygiene products.

OTHER:

Bottled water and plastic shopping bags

PLEASE DO NOT DONATE:

Dented, damaged, or opened items. Expired food, used clothing, items in glass containers, unlabeled packaged foods, perishable items, fresh or frozen dairy, meat, produce, and items that require refrigeration.

DONATIONS FROM THE RECOMMENDED LIST CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT CAREER SERVICES OFFICES:

105W 33rd Street,

New York, NY 10001 Room 521

OR:

383 Pearl Street, Room 501

Brooklyn, NY 11201

For more information, please email us at alumni@asa.edu or call us at (718) 522-9800/(212) 672-6451

 

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