Join us for this year's Kampout for KAIR food drive!
Make a financial contribution today! All financial contributions and food drive items collected between Oct 3rd through the 8th count toward Kampout.
About Kampout for KAIR
You’ll have 6 days to help fill the kitchens, cupboards, bellies, and hearts of neighbors in need during this year’s annual Kampout for KAIR!
Kampout for KAIR food donations will be accepted beginning at 8:00 am on October 3rd through 8:00 pm on October 8th.
Drop-off bins will be located at Family Fare and Northland Foods, and Bill Marsh Auto in Kalkaska. Food donations can also be brought directly to KAIR Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 am-3:00 pm.
Individuals wishing to support Kampout for KAIR financially with cash or check (please make checks payable to KAIR) may do so beginning October 7th through October 17th through secure containers at both participating grocery stores and the Bill Marsh Auto dealership. Monetary donations can also be made in support of Kampout through the KAIR website via their secure donation portal at www.kalkaskakairs.com.
KAIR is seeking a wide variety of non-perishable food and personal hygiene items including peanut butter, canned meats, oatmeal, canned fruits and vegetables, dried fruits, spaghetti, soups, as well as personal hygiene items like toilet paper and toothpaste.
Please connect with Cathy Somes, Director of KAIR, at (231) 258-0060 ext 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
8:00 am on October 3rd through 8:00 pm October 8th
Bill Marsh Auto (408 W. Mile Road)
Northland Foods (2010 US-131)
Family Fare (784 S. Cedar St.)
KAIR (324 S. Cedar St.)
Look for the drop-off bins at Family Fare, Northland Foods, and Bill Marsh Kalkaska or bring food donations directly to KAIR Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 am-3:00 pm.
How you can help
• Make a monetary or food donation at any of the above locations
• Donate online at KalkaskaKairs.com
Make a financial donation
Look for the secure financial donation containers at Family Fare, Northland Foods, and the Bill Marsh Kalkaska dealership.
Want to donate online? Monetary donations can be made in support of Kampout through the KAIR website via their secure donation portal here.
Kalkaska Area Interfaith Resources (KAIR) is an all faiths, community-based 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides practical assistance to those in need in Kalkaska County. They operate The Resale Store, The Food Pantry and provide Utility Assistance. The number of individuals and families served by KAIR has increased every year since KAIR opened its doors in 1996 and fundraising events like Kampout are critical in helping KAIR continue to support our friends and neighbors in need.