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#iCan: The 37th annual Can-A-Thon across metro Atlanta

Join us at one of several locations across metro Atlanta to make a difference this holiday season.

Join 11Alive and the Salvation Army for a tradition going on its 37th year -- Can-A-Thon! Today, your favorite anchors and 11Alive personalities are at collection sites across metro Atlanta, taking in your canned goods for neighbors in need.

If you can't make it to drop off cans, you can donate here.

Food insecurity is an issue in the United States, and Georgia is not immune. One in four children in metro Atlanta lives in a home that's food insecure. Parents struggle to feed their families, and rely on the help of the Salvation Army's food pantry to get by. 

11Alive and the Salvation Army want to help decrease those numbers and change lives in our community. 

Join us at one of several locations across metro Atlanta to make a difference this holiday season. Canned goods collected from the drive will stay local to help families in need.

WOODRUFF ARTS CENTER (Fulton Co.)
1280 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
Collection Time: 5am-1pm

CUMBERLAND MALL (Cobb Co.)
2860 Cumberland Mall
Atlanta,GA 30339
Collection Time: 5am-1pm

INFINITE ENERGY CENTER (Gwinnett Co.)
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097
Collection Time: 5am-1pm

PUBLIX AT CASCADE CROSSING (Fulton Co.)
3695 Cascade Road, SW
Atlanta, GA 30331
Collection Time: 5am-1pm

COOSA VALLEY FAIRGROUNDS (Floyd Co.)
1400 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Rome, GA 30161
Collection Time: 5am-1pm

For additional questions, please contact Joelle Miller at Joelle.miller@uss.salvationarmy.org or call 404.486.2921.

Thank you for doing the most good and making a difference in the lives of those facing hunger.

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Frequently asked questions

Where to drop off your canned goods

If you can't make it to Can-A-Thon but want to donate, here's how.

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