They might bbq your team a lunch
United Way Northumberland and Local Police Services are inviting companies, clubs, and teams to participate in the “Stuff the Bus” Challenge for a chance to win a delicious BBQ lunch, prepared by members of Local Police Services.
To enter the challenge, participants are encouraged to record a video of their collection drive or donation drop-off and share it on social media, tagging United Way Northumberland. Connect with United Way on Instagram and Twitter (@nlanduw) and Facebook (@NorthumberlandUnitedWay). The winning group will be rewarded with a BBQ lunch, cooked by members of Local Police Services.
“We can’t wait to watch the creative videos you’ll share,” says Maggie Darling, Acting Executive Director, United Way Northumberland. “By capturing your collection drive or donation drop-off in these videos, you not only showcase your dedication but also encourage others to get involved.”
Last week, United Way, in collaboration with Cobourg Police Service, Port Hope Police Service, and the Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), launched the “Stuff the Bus” campaign. The aim is to collect 2,000 backpacks by August 8, 2023, to support children in need within our community.
Backpack donations are accepted at the following drop-off locations:
- Cobourg Police Station
- Port Hope Police Station
- Campbellford OPP detachment
- Brighton OPP detachment
- Cobourg OPP detachment
- United Way Northumberland
- Staples Cobourg
- Ganaraska Financial Credit Union Cobourg branch
- Ganaraska Financial Credit Union Port Hope branch
- The Squishy Goose Indoor Playground
To learn more about the “Stuff the Bus” campaign or donate monetarily to United Way’s Backpacks for Kids program, please visit https://www.mynuw.org/back-packs-for-kids/.