The U.S. Postal service partnered with the National Association of Letter Carriers will be taking part in their 21st annual food drive, Stamp Out Hunger.
Spokesmen David Van Allen tells AkronNewsNow that mail carriers will take any non-perishable food items you leave by your mail box on Saturday.
"Things like peanut butter, canned soup, canned meats and fish, canned vegetables, boxed goods like cereal and pasta and rice are all good" says Allen.
The food drive is held nation-wide and benefits local food banks and pantries and Allen says "We have about about 50 million Americans living at risk of hunger right now."
On a national scale, 175,000 letter carriers will collect food donations throughout 10,000 communities.
Since it's inception in 1993, Stamp Out Food has gathered over one billion pounds of food.