The Providence Performing Arts Center hosts a food drive to benefit We Share Hope, on Saturday, February 11th. Listen for the details, as Bill George talks with PJ Prokop of PPAC and Johanna Corcoran of We Share Hope.
Inspired by COME FROM AWAY, the Tony Award winning musical based on a true story which exemplifies the best in human kindness and fittingly, also in celebration of National Make a Friend Day, the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) will host a community food drive to benefit We Share Hope on Saturday, February 11 from 10A to 2P.
All food donations are welcome, however, there is a particular community need for canned goods, especially hearty soups, beef stew and canned potatoes; we ask that donors kindly consider bringing those items. There will be a We Share Hope van on-site at the PPAC drop off lane in front of the theatre during the drive to receive the donated food items.
As a thank you, those who donate will receive a special pricing offer which may be used at the PPAC Box Office window, by phone or online for tickets to the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday evening performances of COME FROM AWAY. Golden Circle seating is excluded from the offer. For more information, visit ppacri.org