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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Donations are pouring in to the Salvation Army's food pantries in O'Fallon, Mo. and Arnold after theyput out a call for help earlier this week.

Thursday morning, NewsChannel 5 told you about donation barrels being set up at three area gas stations to collect food. Since that report aired, a manager at the O'Fallon pantry uploaded a video to Facebook, showing all of the donations they've received. He says he wants to let everyone know how appreciative the pantry is and to thank St. Louis for their generosity.

The donation barrels will be at the following gas stations through Labor Day:
B.P. - 1104 Hampton Avenue
Mobil - 1051 Hampton Avenue
BP - 3140 Olive Street at Compton, near the Saint Louis University campus

Donations can also be dropped off at the O'Fallon (1 William Booth Drive, 63363) and Arnold (3740 Telegraph Road, 63010) Salvation Army locations from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.

On Thursday, the Museum of Transportation tweeted they will offer a free admission ticket for later use to anyone brings with them a canned good. The museum will deliver the donations they collect on Tuesday.

Monetary donations of $10 can be made by texting the word "Good" to 80888. You can also donate online through STLSalvationArmy.org. All money donated stays right here in St. Louis.

Help spread the word on social media using the hash tag #StockOurShelves.

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