“Operation Chuck” Photo Contest Offers Prizes, Benefits United Food Bank

“Operation Chuck” Photo Contest Offers Prizes, Benefits United Food Bank
Do you want to help United Food Bank and have a shot at amazing prizes? Well, now you can. All you have to do is submit a video/photo with “Chuck the Duck”, and you’ll have the chance to win one of three amazing prizes. The goal of “Operation Chuck” is to create a valley-wide food drive for United Food Bank using social media, while creating a family-oriented video/photo contest involving “Chuck the Duck”.

The contest will run from January 2 to January 31, 2017. Five dollars or 10 cans of food gets you Chuck – but to participate in the contest for all the prizes, you must submit your 15 second video. The contest will end on January 31st at 5 P.M. local time. Please see the “Contest Rules” page for a complete list. There are only 10,000 ducks available for the contest, so don’t wait to get your duck!

Contestants should make a video or photo using Chuck in some way and submit the entry here. The contest rules are as stated on Emergency Air’s webpage at https://emergencyair.com/operation-chuck-rules/.

1st Prize: Trip for 4 people to Hawaii for 7 days. Air, Hotel, and $2500 Visa gift card included.

2nd Prize: Trip for 4 people to Disneyland for 3 days. Air, Hotel, tickets, and $500 Visa gift card.

3rd Prize: Phoenix event for 4 people. Hotel, tickets to the event, and $150 Visa gift card.

You can pick up your own “Chuck the Duck” at Emergency Air’s office starting January 1st at 2451 W. Birchwood Ave #110 Mesa, AZ 85202 from 8 A.M to 5 P.M. Chuck can also be picked up at various locations throughout the valley, visit www.emergencyair.com for locations.


To serve the most people possible, United Food Bank collaborates with more than 200 partner agencies that operate more than 260 separate programs helping feed families, children and seniors. In 2015/2016 fiscal year, the Food Bank distributed 26,047,312 pounds of food totaling 21,706,093 meals to hungry people.

Our mission is to stabilize the lives of hungry, low-income people within Eastern Maricopa, Gila and Pinal, and Southern Navajo and Apache Counties of Arizona by actively acquiring, storing and distributing large quantities of wholesome and nutritious foods to our network of community and strategic partners, combined with advocacy and educational initiatives that enhance lives.

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