Feeding the Valley offers chance to go backstage for Brad Paisley
Columbus, GA– With over 72,000 persons living in poverty in the Food Bank's service area, Brad Paisley and Live Nation are stepping up to help alleviate hunger in the Chattahoochee Valley Community via his February 25th Concert at the Columbus Civic Center.
Fans are asked to donate non-perishable food items or water to Feeding the Valley. The Food Bank truck will be at the Columbus Civic Center from 3:00– 7:00 PM on the concert day. The person who donates the most food or water will win a pair of tickets to the concert and a meet and greet with Brad Paisley after the concert!
“On behalf of Feeding the Valley and the many needy families and children we serve, Feeding the Valley is deeply grateful to Brad Paisley, Live Nation and the Columbus Civic Center for recognizing that hunger is a reality in our community and for providing an opportunity for area residents and Paisley fans to respond in a tangible way” says Babbs Douglas, Executive Director of Feeding the Valley.
Feeding the Valley is a non-profit organization that collaborates with over 179 charities in Columbus and its surrounding region to help alleviate hunger. In 2010 Feeding the Valley distributed over 4 million pounds of food to needy families in Columbus and its surrounding
(SOURCE: Feeding the Valley Food Bank)