The second annual Midwest JeepFest last month raised $6,476.07 last month for God’s Food Bank.
The event on May 4 brought thousands of Jeep owners and enthusiasts to the grounds of John Vance Motors. The crowds enjoyed food, kids events and of course all the cool jeeps showcasing what they do best.
God’s Food Bank is a local charity offering food assistance to those in need throughout Logan County.
“Our organization can feed a family six to eight meals a week for approximately $2,” said Ben Coffin, president of God’s Food Bank. “We have buying power through the regional food bank that allows us to purchase food for much less than the general public. Every amount given, large or small, will be used to help feed Oklahoma’s hungry.”
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