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Our friends at he New England Relocation Association (NERA) held a Peanut Butter and Jelly Food Drive during their meeting on June 6. Several members of the Move For Hunger network also belong to NERA, which provides a forum for relocation professionals to expand their knowledge about the industry. They are also passionate about giving back to… View Article
IT’S PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME! Well, in March and April it was, because William B. Meyer organized PB & J Food Drives at four branches in three states. Together, they collected more than 1,400 lbs. of peanut butter and jelly jars for their local food pantries. This outstanding team effort meant that 923 jars in total were able to be delivered… View Article
This January, the Chicagoland Apartment Association hosted a peanut butter & jelly food drive during their New Year’s Kickoff Event at Morgan Manufacturing. Peanut butter is highly requested by food banks because it’s a great source of protein, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a nutritious, delicious meal for people of all ages! The Chicagoland… View Article
In May, Frank & Sons Moving & Storage, an agent of Wheaton Van Lines organized a PB&J food drive to benefit the Cape Coral Caring Center in Lee County, Florida. The food drive was organized by James Gravedoni, vice-president of Frank & Sons Moving & Storage. As a board member of the Cape Coral Caring… View Article
Lauryn Hinckley was just a child herself when she first realized that other kids in her community were going hungry. “I have seen hungry children standing in front of me with a grocery cart half full of food, and most of which had to be put back on the shelves because their mom didn’t have… View Article
The seventh annual Stopping Childhood Hunger One Backpack at a Time food drive took place throughout April, and it was a huge success! Lauryn Hinckley, a high school student from Bismarck, ND, shared her vision, and in a few short weeks, local schools and Starion Financial branches were able to collect more than 7,700 pounds of peanut butter and jelly!… View Article
As part of Global Youth Service Day, a student in Bismarck, ND collected 7,928 lbs of food and raised $3,720 for the MSA United Way. Stopping Childhood Hunger One Backpack At A Time is the brainchild of Lauryn Hinckley, a ninth grader, who has been organizing the event for the past five years. This year, over… View Article