BERLIN, Vt. - It's that time of year again, to help your neighbor! The 15th Annual Stuff-A-Truck in Berlin officially kicks off November 17 and the DJs from FROGGY 100.9 and 107.1 Frank FM aren't leaving until the huge tractor trailer is stuffed with donations!
The truck is set up at 802 Cars, but General Manager Roger Williams doesn't mind.
"Well it just doesn't get any better than this. It's just heartwarming to see the people in this community take care of the people in this community," said Williams.
Non-perishables and monetary donations all stay in Central Vermont and benefit the Central Vermont Salvation Army Emergency Food Shelf.
"We just used last year's Stuff-A-Truck food, that just finished on our shelves last week, so this food is gonna last us all year to help anyone in need, that don't know maybe where their groceries are gonna come from next week; we're able to supply that for them," said Lt. Chris Street.
In it's 15th year, the truck is bigger and there are fireworks on November 18, thanks to Northstar Fireworks. The 15 minute show starts at 9 pm, and you can find parking near 802 Cars in Berlin.
"It takes a lot of burden away from our finances, what we can put in other places to help people that maybe need help paying for their rent or their utilities are about to be shut off. The money that we would spend on buying this food... we can now spend on helping people in other ways," said Street.
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