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HAPPENING NOW: Help your community with the Hoops For Hunger Food Drive

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Basketball is on everyone's mind in March and we're giving you a chance to score big in our community.

KOLD News 13 has teamed up with several sponsors to host a donation drive for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

The Hoops For Hunger drive runs through 6:15 p.m. today, March 22.

We will be accepting donations at the following locations in Tucson:

• Center for Neuroscience, 2450 E. River Road, Tucson

• Community Bridges Inc., 250 S. Toole, Tucson

• KOLD News 13, 7831 N. Business Park Dr., Tucson

You can always make a monetary donations to the Community Food Bank HERE but some of the food items needed include:

• Beans

• Canned tomato products, meat, soups, vegetables and fruit

• Cereal

• Pasta

• Peanut Butter

• Rice

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