16th Mayflower Marathon

16th Mayflower Marathon

FM99 and our sister station 106.9 The Fox are joining forces again this year for the 16th Annual Mayflower Marathon Food Drive presented by Bud’s Heating and Air Conditioning and Plumbing too November 16, 17 and 18!!

Drop off your donations at Pembroke Mall in Virginia Beach (in the Kohl’s parking lot) and at Peninsula Town Center at Coliseum Central in Hampton (Mercury Blvd. at Coliseum Dr.).

All donations of food and cash will benefit the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and The Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula.

You can also drop off your non-perishable food donations NOW at any Farm Fresh Supermarket.

Look for this display.




Here is a list of food that the Foodbanks are always in need of:

nutritious snacks, peanut butter, hearty soups with meat, ready-to-eat meals, canned vegetables, canned fruit, pasta and sauce, rice, ceral, ravioli, stew, chili, and oatmeal.

All food and monetary donations will go to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula.


Special Thanks to:
New Bell Moving and Storage your Atlas Van Lines Agent
Farm Fresh
Bud’s Heating and Air Conditioning and Plumbing too

Greenbrier Pawn
Paragon Custom Builders 

George Washington University – Hampton Roads Campus
Sullivan’s Family Auto Repair
Pembroke Mall
Peninsula Town Center at Coliseum Central

Special Events Entertainment
TFC Recycling
Eure Equipment Rentals
Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Department
Area Equipment
Dodd RV of Portsmouth and Yorktown

You can see how you can assist the Foodbank in your area through the following links:
Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia

Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula



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