From November 10 to November 21 Nauset Disposal is encouraging all residential customers to place non-perishable food items by their trash toter on their scheduled day for pick up; the non-perishables will be donated to the Family Pantry of Cape Cod.
“As the beginning of winter approaches, we must continue to support our community members in need. Through Nauset Disposal’s Curb Hunger Campaign, Nauset Disposal customers are provided with an easy way to give back to the local community,” says Nauset Disposal Owner and President, Shawn DeLude.
If anyone else is interested in contributing to the Curb Hunger Campaign donations can be dropped off to Nauset Disposal at 3 Rayber Road, Orleans MA
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“BIG kudos to your driver who picked up at Eastham Cape Cod Five today! He did a remarkable job navigating our parking lot this morning. We had 2 big Eversource trucks with trailers along with a car blocking half the driveway, making backing out a challenge, but he maneuvered like a pro! Nicely done! I always like to hear positive feedback, so I thought I would pass it along.”
– Trina Brown, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank