‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Food Donations Stolen From Fresno Home

“A Fresno woman claims her food donation was ripped off Saturday. A U.S. postal worker was supposed to pick up the groceries as part of the nation’s Stamp out Hunger campaign. Instead, someone in a random vehicle reportedly took the bag of food. Stamp out Hunger is the largest one-day food drive in the country put on by the U.S. Postal Service.”

source: KGPE TV CBS47 – Serving the Counties of Fresno, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced and Tulare in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California

2 thoughts on “‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Food Donations Stolen From Fresno Home

  1. Kudos to you.
    At my office i was told I had one hour down time on Saturday.
    The NALC paid for the pizza, the water and worked the trucks as they returned.
    The line supervisor had no problem hepling themselves to the food, however.
    Zero help from mgmt.

  2. While it is possible that the bag was stolen another possibility is that the supervisor was utilizing their POV to assist the carrier in collecting the food. This happens often and I have personally done this the last three years, most people stop me and ask what I am doing and I would present my postal identification. Just a potential alternate view.

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