HVPD delivers a ton of food (literally) to local food pantries

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Highland Village police delivered more than 2,200 pounds of food to two local food pantries. Photo courtesy of the Highland Village Police Department.

Late last week, Highland Village police delivered more than 2,000 pounds of food to two local food pantries.

The Highland Village Police Department is currently running its annual Stuff-a-Cruiser food and toy drive, and on Friday, police delivered about 1,050 pounds of the canned and dry food they’ve collected to the Lewisville ISD Grub Hub food pantry at Lewisville High School’s Ben Harmon Campus.

Highland Village police also delivered about 1,200 pounds of food to Kyle’s Place in Lewisville, which feeds older teenagers in the community.

The Stuff-a-Cruiser drive isn’t over yet. On Dec. 16 and 17, Highland Village police will set up outside Walgreens, 2360 Justin Road, and Walmart, 3060 Justin Road, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to collect unwrapped toys and nonperishable food items for children in need.
Collection bins will also be available at the following locations: HVPD, Walmart, Walgreens, HV Elementary, Heritage Elementary, Christa McAuliffe Elementary and Briarhill Middle School.

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