Curb Hunger 2016

curb-hunger-2016-event-photoFrom November 7  to November 22, 2016, 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 the colder season approaches, we must continue to support our community members in need. Through Nauset Disposal’s Curb Hunger Campaign, our 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 will also be accepted at Nauset Disposal at 3 Rayber Road, Orleans.

 

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“I am not on the Cape often, I own a rental property. Nauset Disposal has serviced my summer home as well as an occasional pick up in the winter. They are always accommodating to my needs. They even let me know that my Garage door was open and called me in Florida to let me know. Not only do they take care of the trash, but they look out for my home when I am not there. Thanks Nauset, you are the best!!”

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