Belmont’s Bunch Library completed its annual Food4Fines event on Monday, November 21. Each fall, the library takes food donations for Second Harvest Food Bank in the place of overdue fine money, and this year, the library collected 365 items, representing a total of $730 in fine forgiveness. In total, including the donations that were provided to the library, Second Harvest received more than 400 items before Thanksgiving.
Second Harvest Food Bank is a non-profit organization founded in 1978. They work together with other non-profit agencies, corporate sponsors, and individuals to fight hunger issues in Middle and West Tennessee. For more information on the organization or to find out how you can help visit: https://secondharvestmidtn.org/