The Orange County Fire Authority’s Capistrano station is one of several collecting items during a one-day food drive.
On Tuesday, November 24, the OCFA will partner with KTLA Channel 5 and Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County to hold a one-day food drive at 25 fire stations across Orange County from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Donated foods will be distributed by Second Harvest Food Bank, who assists thousand of OC residents year round.
“The Orange County Fire Authority is honored to be involved in this year’s event,” said Fire Chief Keith Richter. “Our employees are very active in their local communities and this is an excellent way to assist those in need.” This annual food drive has been very successful in Los Angeles County and this is the first year that it will take place here in Orange County.
Here the list of participating local OCFA Fire Stations:
* Station 7, San Juan Capistrano, 31865 Del Obispo.
* Station 30, Niguel/Dana Point, 23831 Stonehill Dr.
* Station 50, San Clemente, 670 Camino de Los Mares
The OCFA is a joint powers authority that serves more than 1.3 million residents in 22 cities and the unincorporated areas of the county. See www.ocfa.org for more information.