Want to help out? They have made this unbelievably simple. Just take your leftover goods to the collection points at Lusty Wench Tavern (E17), House Sable Maul Encampment (on Count Jehan's Bounty), Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands encampment (Serengeti), or Chirurgeon’s Point. Don't have time to drop off the items yourself? Call 304-283-5640 and you can schedule a time for someone to come collect the items from you. Yes, it really is that easy!
In the past year, this program was expanded to the Lilies War and hopefully will be added to Gulf Wars in the future. Further, the will this year also be collecting things such as unneeded tents and sleeping bags to be donated to the homeless.
If you need more information about the program itself, you can contact Lord Morien MacBain (Stephen Vandevander) at 304-283-5640 or email@example.com.
Article from last year's Independent can be found here:
Have you ever found yourself with more to pack at the end of Pennsic then you did when you set out from home, only to find that your vehicle seems to have shrunk? Is your kitchen area full of boxes of cereal, pasta, jars of peanut butter, and jugs of bottled water you can't remember buying?
Never fear! The annual Paladin's Pantry Food Drive is here to help by conveying your camp's extra food and drink to a local food banks. Just drop any unopened foodstuffs or beverages (no alcohol, please) at one of our handy collection points: Lusty Wench Tavern (E17), House Sable Maul Encampment (on Count Jehan's Bounty), Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands encampment (Serengeti), or Chirurgeon’s point or call or text to 304-283-5640 to schedule a pick up, and one of our faithful minions will come by your camp to collect your much-appreciated largesse!
In addition, this year the program will be collecting used tents, sleeping bags, cots, and rain gear, (especially those in child sizes), which will serve no one in a dumpster, to benefit the homeless.
Exercise your charity, lighten your load, and help members of the community that has made us so welcome over the years!
Please direct any questions or requests for donation pick-ups to Morien MacBain (Stephen Vandevander) at 304-283-5640.