Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive 2017

Posted on July 25th, 2017

Reasor’s is proud to once again partner with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma for the 2017 Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.

Annually, this drive raises over 250,000 pounds of food to be distributed to the hungry families in our community, making it the largest food drive of the year. April 26th – May 16th each Reasor’s location will be setup with a drop off location at the main entrance, here you will have the opportunity to purchase a pre-made sack with the most needed items for $15 or drop off your non-perishable food donation. You can also donate any amount at the register with a donation card. No donation is too small, every dollar helps!

To make donating even more convenient, National Letter Carriers will distribute donation bags to mailboxes all over Eastern Oklahoma. The sacks will arrive with a message asking participants to fill the bag with non-perishable food donations and place by the mailbox on Saturday, May 13th. Letter carriers will then pick up the donated items during their regular route. If you forget to leave your donations by the mailbox, you can still bring them into any Reasor’s store through May 16th.

About the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma was founded in 1981 as the Tulsa Community Food Bank. They are the largest private hunger-relief organization in Eastern Oklahoma. Their mission is to feed the hungry of Eastern Oklahoma and engage our communities in ending hunger. The Food bank serves 450 Partner Programs in 24 counties of Eastern Oklahoma. These programs include emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, after-school programs and senior citizen centers. Nearly half of the food that is distributed to the hungry by these agencies comes from the Food Bank and together feed more than 339,000 people per week. During their 2016 fiscal year, they distributed nearly 21.1 million pounds of food. For more information about the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, please visit