ABILENE, Texas - Abilene’s CityLink Transit is offering free one-way trips in exchange for donated food items or cash. They're accepting non-perishable food items and cash donations for the Food Bank of West Central Texas.
This is part of city link's annual "food for fares" campaign that starts on Monday and goes through Saturday, Dec. 2.
Food donations will be accepted on daytime CityLink services and they’ll also be set-up to accept cash donations.
Since 1995, city link has donated over $39,000 and 36,000 pounds of food collected through their Food for Fares campaign.
For more information contact CityLink Transit: 325-676-6287
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