KTUU, Carrs Safeway and the Food Bank of Alaska have joined together again in 2017 to bring the Hunger Bag campaign to Alaska. Foods like peanut butter, canned vegetables, tuna, pasta, soup and canned fruit are packaged together by Carrs Safeway as a $10 purchase and the items are directly donated to a local food bank. Each bag is more than 3 meals and our 2017 goal is to provide 120,000 meals to the Food Bank of Alaska. Stop by any Carrs Safeway location and donate today.

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