Statewide Food Drive set for Nov. 7

Connecticut

(WTNH) — Connecticut Rainbow will be collecting non-perishable food items on Nov. 7.

Those interested are asked to drive to their closest location, pop their trunk and someone will take their donation.

Locations can be found below.

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