Junior Leagues Food Fight


Join the Fight February 26—March 4!

The Junior League of Lubbock is joining the fight against hunger in this year’s Junior League Food Fight. The friendly week-long food drive competition between area Leagues will benefit local food banks and hunger programs in the communities of each participating Junior League.

 Ways to Support the Food Fight

  • Host a collection bin, box or barrel at a business or kids’ school and share the Food Fight opportunity with everyone you know!
    Sharable assets to help get the word out can be found here:

    full-page flyer for email or posting
    1/2 page flyer for printing/distributing
    social media graphic 
    press release 

  • Consider including Pop-Tarts with your donation! Pop-Tart donations will directly benefit the Junior League of Lubbock's Food 2 Kids program. 

  • Bring the kids and join us on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at JLL HQ from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. to weigh in donations, participate in fun kids activities and celebrate our fight against hunger for children on the South Plains. 

Community Drop Off Locations

all United Supermarkets stores
all
Market Street stores
Amigos 
Prestige Cleaners in Lubbock and Idalou
Acres North Veterinary Hospital
Hollyhocks
People’s Bank on 82nd St.
Learning Tree Children's Academy
Playhouse and Learning Station,
Creative Learning Center,
Tree House Children's Academy locations on 13th St. and Indiana Ave.,
Kids are Cool
J Hoffmans
Ashley Furniture 

NEEDED ITEMS
Pop-Tarts*
Cereal or individual cereal boxes
100% fruit juice boxes or pouches
Shelf stable fat free chocolate milk
Vienna sausages with pop tops
Beans and franks with pop tops
Crackers
Fruit Cups
Animal Crackers
Whole grain pop tarts
Individual peanut butter servings
Applesauce cups
Cereal bars
Granola bars
Gold fish crackers


For more information, questions or to join the fight in your own business please contact Mary Myers at president@jllubbock.com or call us at 806-794-8874.

*Pop-Tarts will be donated to JLL's Food 2 Kids program. All other items will be donated to the South Plains Food Bank.