Frank FM’s Manchester Food Drive Gobbles Up Hunger For New Horizons

Frank FM, New Hampshire’s Greatest Hits, is in the middle of their month-long ‘Franksgiving’ community outreach initiative with fundraisers all over the state. On Saturday, they hosted their second event of the month, a food drive, in Manchester to benefit Families in Transition’s New Horizons Program.

The food drive was at the Market Basket on Elm St. in downtown Manchester from 10am – 2pm on Saturday (November 16). With the help of an awesome Market Basket staff, and a great turnout from Frank FM fans and Manchester residents, the food drive collected over 100 grocery bags full of food, a bunch of frozen turkeys, and $160 in cash donations.

Needless to say, the New Horizon’s van was filled with food upon their return to the Manchester St. food pantry and soup kitchen.

Van full of food! THANK YOU MANCHESTER! Families in Transition

Posted by Frank FM Radio on Saturday, November 16, 2019

Thank you to everyone that donated and for all you do to help fight hunger!

Doc is getting his Franksgiving shopping done! Stop by Market Basket in Manchester on Elm Street! Franksgiving is just getting started.

Posted by Frank FM Radio on Saturday, November 16, 2019

Next up for Frank FM’s ‘Franksgiving’ is Caring and Sharing, the seacoast’s largest canned food drive, celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year!

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