What We're Supporting

can drive

The Can Drive is a major fundraiser for the Launceston Benevolent Society and aims to provide a yearly supply of food to help those that need it in our community.

So if you think your small contribution doesn’t make a difference, IT DOES, as together we all make a massive difference – thanks again!

Once you register here, a box will be delivered to your nominated address.

The first round of box deliveries will be from June 26 to 30 with the second round delivered from July 10 to 14.

Alternatively you can collect your box from the Zest and Impression offices from June 26 at 41-43 Cameron Street.

Leave the box in a place where all your work mates can access and easily drop their donations into (lunchroom or reception). Encourage all of your colleagues to grab a can or non-perishable item from the cupboard at home and bring it in.

Ideal donations (non-perishables) include canned food, cereals, rices, jars, soups, pastas. 

If you fill your Can Drive box and require additional boxes, please use any other spare box within your workplace. Your donation box will be collected in the week commencing August 28 or you can drop any donations into the Zest and Impression offices.

If you have any queries please call zest on 6334 3319.

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