The Roy Price Memorial Food Drive
HQ is teaming up with Conscious Alliance for the ninth consecutive year to host The Roy Price Memorial Food Drive! All food donations will benefit the local Price Family Food Bank of Rothbury, Michigan, which has collected record amounts of food for the local community.
Donate 20 non-perishable food items or make a suggested monetary donation and receive a limited edition poster. As always, donations collected at the festival will benefit members of the Rothbury community through our long-standing partnership with the Price family and their food distribution network.
Introducing the beautiful two-panel screen print, designed by XLUSIV, which will be available to patrons who donate 20 non-perishable food items or a suggested monetary donation PER PANEL to the Food Drive.
How to Donate: Food will be collected at the Conscious Alliance booth by the venue entrance near the Tripolee stage, and also inside the venue on vendor row near the Ranch Area. VIP patrons will have the opportunity to donate for their posters in the good life. All booth locations will be depicted on the official Electric Forest Map & Festival Guide.
Conscious Alliance is a national nonprofit committed to supporting communities through hunger relief.
Food donations should be low-sodium and health-oriented products. Organic food donations are especially encouraged. Ramen Noodles and expired items will not be accepted for the poster.
Thank you for your continued support in feeding the hungry everywhere music plays!
2017 Hero of the Year
The Forest’s annual Food Drive was renamed the Roy Price Memorial Food Drive in 2012 to honor cherished Electric Forest neighbor and huge Food Drive supporter, the late Mr. Roy Price.
Conscious Alliance recently named Delores Price, Roy’s wife, their 2017 “Hero of the Year.” The Prize? A semi-truck full of food for Delores to distribute to her local community. The truck contained 48 pallets, which translates to about 33,000 pounds of food.
Together, Electric Forest, Conscious Alliance and Delores have collected and distributed more than 183,000 meals to community members in the Rothbury, MI area.