SAN DIEGO–Feeding San Diego and AMC have partnered on a donation campaign to end hunger at this year’s Comic-Con.
The network is encouraging fans to visit “DeadQuarters,” its official fan zone of “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead,” to donate canned foods, and/or make monetary donations to benefit Feeding San Diego in support of the one in eight people facing hunger in San Diego county.
Feeding San Diego will be accepting the following donations at “DeadQuarters”:
Canned fruit (in natural juices), canned vegetables (in water), canned tuna and chicken (in water) peanut butter, whole grain oats, whole grain pasta, dry beans, canned beans (low sodium), canned soup, and whole grain cereal.
“DeadQuarters” is located at Martin Luther King Promenade, in front of the Hilton Gaslamp Hotel on 4th Avenue and L Street (across from the Convention Center),
“We are excited to partner with AMC and are grateful they are using their platform to help end hunger,” said Vince Hall, CEO, Feeding San Diego. “With the immense following of the Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead and Comic-Con, the impact of the donations and the awareness created will truly help change the lives of the people we serve.”
While supplies last, donors will receive an exclusive Hilltop Token, which can be used to unlock special deals on the following food, retail and entertainment businesses around San Diego throughout the Comic-Con weekend.
AMC’s “DeadQuarters” will feature a curated walk through of settings from both series, including the Winter Escape from the Season 9 finale of “The Walking Dead,” as well as an elaborate treehouse and plane crash site inspired by the Season 5 storylines in “Fear.”