It's the LAST DAY to Share Your Thanks By Giving - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

It's the LAST DAY to Share Your Thanks By Giving

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Just in time for the holidays, one local organization is doing its best to provide food for charities, and they're helping in a big way.

Viewers will be able to donate non-perishable food until November 26. All food collected will benefit the Feeding the Valley food bank (a United Way Partner).

News Leader 9's Jason Dennis stopped by Publix on Macon Road on Monday and has more about our "Share Your Thanks By Giving" effort in the above video clip.

Feeding the Valley always needs:
• Canned meats
• Canned fruits and vegetables
• Cereals
• Peanut Butter and Jelly
• Soups

You can drop off donations at WTVM, Headquarter Nissan and Publix locations, the addresses are listed below:

WTVM
1909 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31906

Headquarter Nissan
1725 Whittlesey Rd.
Columbus, GA 31904

Publix Store locations: 1639 Bradley Park Drive Ste 600
Columbus, GA 31904
706.571.3420

5435 Woodruff Farm Road
Columbus, GA 31907
706.568.8820

7600 Schomburg Road
Columbus, GA 31909        
706.565.3260

3201 Macon Road Ste 201
Columbus, GA 31906
706.561.2160

5408 Summerville Road Ste 200
Phenix City, AL 36867
334.291.8525

2415 Moores Mill Road
Auburn, AL 36830
334.502.8667

2900 E University Drive
Auburn, AL 36830
334.502.2416

139 Commerce Avenue
Lagrange, GA 30241
706.883.1120

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