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  • SML Holds Summer Extravaganza Food Drive/Fundraiser

    Our partners from SML Relocation held their first-ever Summer Extravaganza from June 17-July 31! Food banks face their greatest need during the summer months, when classes end and children are no longer receiving free or reduced-cost meals at school. To help, SML decided to organize a food drive to help keep the shelves stocked at their local… View Article

  • University of Michigan Circle K Holds 7th Annual Trick-or-Can Food Drive

    For the seventh year in a row, students from the Circle K International group at the University of Michigan passed up trick-or-treating for a chance to trick-or-can! On Halloween night, Circl K held a food drive and asked for donations of non-perishable food items to help fight hunger in Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities. In only… View Article

  • InterWest Moving & Storage Hosts Trick or Can Food Drive!

    During spooky season we partake in annual fall traditions: pumpkin picking, binging scary movies, dressing up in our favorite costumes, and organizing Trick-or-Can food drives! Oh, you’re not familiar with that last one? It’s one of Move For Hunger’s new seasonal food drive campaigns. We asked members of our network to help us scare away… View Article

  • September 2019 Mover of the Month: Dircks Moving & Logistics

    Each month, we highlight one of the moving companies in our network for their extraordinary commitment to fighting hunger in their community. We are excited to announce that Dircks Moving & Logistics has been named our Mover of the Month for September 2019! For the last 3 years, Dircks Moving & Logistics has volunteered to pick… View Article

  • Hunger in the News: This Week’s Must-Read Articles | October 11, 2019

    A weekly round-up of the stories that caught our eye this week, with an emphasis on hunger, food waste, and poverty in the United States. The Trump Administration’s latest proposed change to food stamps would, “cut benefits for 19 percent of households on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program…while increasing benefits for 16 percent. Almost 8,000… View Article