Since the November 1st #twitterforfood event is on a Sunday, here's a couple of ideas that you can do to generate some more interest in your community about hunger:
1. Twick or Tweet - This is an old idea: leave a paper grocery bag with people in your neighborhood with instructions to fill the bag with canned food for your food bank and that you'll be by on Halloween to pick the bag up. You can make your own sheet to put on the bag or use this one from twitterforfood.com.
2. Get your place of worship to do a food bank drive on Saturday the 31st or Sunday the 1st: this is easy, just let your leaders and congregation know you'll be accepting canned goods that Saturday or Sunday and you'd like everyone to bring at least one can. Stack everything up in a visible place to show everyone what can be done if we all work together.
Both really simple, proven and effective ways to get food for the holidays to your local food bank. Try one this month and let us know about it on twitter or leave me a comment here what you're doing and I'll help promote it!
Don't forget that Sunday, November 1st is the next #twitterforfood event - make some thing happen in your community!