On May 13, 2020

Donate to the Stuff-A-Cruiser fundraiser

Friday, May 15 at 9 a.m. —RUTLAND—On Friday May 15, Capt. Mark Stockton of Stockton Security in collaboration with Commander Matt Prouty of the Rutland City Police and Project Vision are hosting a ‘Stuff-A-Cruiser” food and fundraising drive-up event with BROC Community Action to benefit the BROC Community Food Shelf. The Rutland City Police Command Center vehicle will be in the Rutland Walmart parking lot in downtown Rutland, adjacent to the garden center from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to collect donated food and funds. The pubic is encouraged to make a donation and not to exit their vehicles. Stockton Security, Rutland City PD and BROC Community Action staff will help receive your items safely. All nonperishable items donated will be quarantined safely before being distributed.

“Helping when needed most is what it’s all about,” said Capt. Stockton, owner of Stockton Security. Tom Donahue, CEO at BROC Community Action said, “With the increased demand at the BROC Community Food Shelf, this event will go a long way in helping families of low income right here in Rutland County including many people that are suddenly unemployed.”

For more information visit BROC.org, call 802-775-0878 or follow BROC Community Action’s Facebook and Twitter Pages for daily updates.

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