Action Auto Services and Pinnacle Property Management are collecting food for Second Harvest throughout February.
Barrels will be set up today at Action Auto Service's Pasco office and three Pinnacle Property Management apartment complexes in the Tri-Cities.
Second Harvest serves as a food bank to area food banks. The companies are especially hoping to collect protein-rich food such as peanut butter, beans and chili. The food drive is open for anyone who would like to donate through Feb. 28.
Second Harvest is the second charity Action Auto Services is adopting this year. The business has also worked with apartment complex owner Riverstone Residential to raise money for the Kennewick-based Carson Kolzig Foundation, which supports families with autistic children.
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The Second Harvest donation barrels are at Action Towing at 1948 N. Fourth Ave., Pasco, Hawaiian Village, 1105 W. 10th Ave., Kennewick, Desert Brook Apartments, 3703 W. Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, and Aaron Ridge Apartments, 900 Aaron Drive, Richland.