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Share Your Christmas with Chattanooga, Dalton, Cleveland and Jasper

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Our 29th annual Share Your Christmas event will be in Cleveland, Dalton, Jasper and Chattanooga Friday, December 6 from 4:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Share Your Christmas will benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank and local nonprofit partner agencies.

Share Your Christmas is the year's biggest drive-through food drive in the Chattanooga area.

The community of Dalton., Chattanooga, and  Cleveland are invited to drive their food or monetary donations to one of our four locations, including the First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga.

 If you cannot drop off a donation, please consider giving online or by mail.
 
$1 = 4 meals and thanks to the Hussman Foundation, every new donation up to $5,000 total will be doubled.

Remember all food collected in Jasper, Cleveland, Chattanooga and Dalton will stay in those communities.

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