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GUIDELINES

  1. The record for the largest food drive by a non charitable organization is based on the total amount of weight collected in a 24 hour period.
  2. All food items donated must be non-perishable e.g. canned soup, canned vegetables, canned fruits, dried pasta, etc. See our Current Needs page for more ideas.
  3. Food items must be within their expiry dates and must not be damaged in any way that affects their suitability for consumption.
  4. The items must be collected at one single location throughout the attempt.
  5. Any monetary donations specific to the record attempt's collection must be used to buy food before the final count if they are to be incorporated in the total weight of food drive items.
  6. The net weight of each food item must be recorded as it appears on the labels of each item and then combined to give the total weight of items collected. A log book should be kept recording this information.

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