Community service

Stamp Out Hunger Media Center


2022 Stamp Out Hunger video

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2022 Stamp Out Hunger Press Release

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2021 Donor Drive PSA


2021 Donor Drive Flyer

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2020 Donor Drive Press Release

 The Nation’s Largest Food Drive Re-emerges This Week in Novel Fashion 

2020 Donor Drive Media Plan

Click here to download the media plan for letter carriers regarding the Food Donor Drive

2019 motivational video


You can download the video and/or a zipped folder of the files for burning onto DVD on NALC's Hightail account here.

2019 TV public service announcements

Award-winning actor Edward James Olmos (Stand and Deliver, “Battlestar Galactica,” "Sons of Anarchy") is the national spokesperson for the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive. He stars in food drive–promoting public service announcements in English and Spanish.

30-second English
Download the broadcast-version file here

30-second Spanish
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2019 radio (audio) public service announcements

:30 English MP3

:30 Spanish MP3

Region 13 PSA (MP3) that will air on Sinclair Communication Stations on US106 FM in Virginia. 

2019 AFL-CIO Podcast

NALC Executive Vice President Brian Renfroe and Assistant to the President for Community Services Christina Vela Davidson join AFL-CIO Podcast host Tim Schlittner to discuss the upcoming one-day #StampOutHunger food drive held on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

2019 Press Releases

April 30th Press Release 

Congratulations from the national Food Drive partners

Videos by Food Drive national partners commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive.

National Association of Letter Carriers
President Fredric Rolando

President Richard Trumka

United Way Worldwide
President/CEO Brian Gallagher

President/CEO Michael Vivio

United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)
President Marc Perrone

NALC President Fredric Rolando and USPS Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President David Williams