MISSOURI CITY (Covering Katy News) - Food donations filled 12 police vehicles and two fire trucks in Missouri City following the annual police department food drive.

"We would like to thank numerous organizations and our Missouri City citizens," said a statement from the Missouri City Police Department. "There were many groups that came together to make this 11th annual food drive a successful event."

Among the groups who helped were Classic Chevrolet, Heritage Baptist Church, Freedom Center, Divine Savior Academy, Boy Scouts Troop 1424, HEB, Fort Bend Tri Delta Alumni, Mayors Student Council, MCPD Explorers, Missouri City Middle School, FBISD PD, QV Fund, Chick-fil-A, Town Creek School, and individual police and firefighters.

"We were able to fill 12 police vehicles and 2 fire trucks," the statement said.

The food collected went to four local food banks, the Fort Bend County Women’s Center, Bethel, Palmer House and Second Mile.

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