ABILENE, Texas - The 2nd annual HEB food drive started Friday with a hefty goal.
The store and its partners want to raise 1,000,000 food items to donate to the Food Bank of West Central Texas.
The drive is off to a good start with a truckload of 55,000 items donated in just one day.
To donate to the drive, you can drop off items inside HEB or at the HEB gas pumps. You also have the option of buying a pre-made food donation bag for $2, $5, or $10.
The food drive ends Dec. 8.
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