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Thanks to all of you who donated to Operation Food Search during our Hardee's Holiday Food Drive

We asked you, the Point listeners, to step up this year and help us raise some cash for Operation Food Search, and you all answered the call!

Thanks to every body who made a donation at one of our Food Drive Stops or bought a Holiday WEIRDO sticker at area Hardee's locations we were able to raise:

$37,154.30

Plus, 6,699 lbs of food collected

Cash is king for Operation Food Search in working with the local pantries as they help feed the local community and individuals in need. Your donations will go a LONG way in helping to feed our local communities! 

Established in 1981, Operation Food Search is a leader in hunger relief, nutrition education, and advocacy serving the Greater St. Louis region. Each month, Operation Food Search helps to feed 200,000 individuals who struggle with hunger and food insecurity. Get more information on Operation Food Search and see a list of most-needed items HERE.

Brought to you by Hardee’s…introducing $5 All Star Meals! Get a real meal…there is no better way to spend 5 bucks…and by breakfast at Hardee’s...now serving the legendary Loaded Omelet Biscuit every morning for breakfast…only at Hardee’s!

    

CHECK IT OUT: Photos from the Hardee's Food Drive Stops​

Hardee's Holiday Food Drive 2017

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Hardee's Holiday Food Drive stop in WestPort on December 1, 2017...
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