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  • Portland Relocation Council Crushes the 100 Can Challenge!

    It’s always such a rewarding experience to partner with new organizations who are passionate about our mission. The Portland Relocation Council recently organized a 100 Can Challenge Food Drive at one of their meetings, and they crushed it! Members of the Council donated nearly 200 lbs. of food, which is the equivalent of 160 meals! This… View Article

  • AVE Teaches the Next Generation the Importance of Giving Back

    AVE, one of the nation’s leading corporate housing providers and one of our official partners, taught the next generation of their team the importance of giving back to the community by holding a food drive on Take Your Kids to Work Day at all 13 of their locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and California. Employees… View Article

  • Bristol Global Mobility Resolves to Fight Hunger!

    At the beginning of 2019, our parters from Bristol Global Mobility made a New Year’s resolution to fight hunger and help keep the shelves at their local food banks stocked throughout the winter. From January-February, Bristol’s offices in Phoenix and Dallas encouraged their staff to donate non-perishable food items, such as peanut butter, tuna, canned fruits… View Article

  • H.B. Fuller Holds Third Annual Food Drive!

    H.B. Fuller is a major American adhesives manufacturing company supplying industrial adhesives worldwide, and they’ve also become one of our biggest supporters! From March 11-April 8, H.B. Fuller held its third annual food drive at their offices in Edison, NJ. The company encouraged employees, as well as some of their closest vendors, Select Enterprises, Hughes Enterprises,… View Article

  • Holly Court Apartments Collects 250 LBS. of Food!

    Spring is always a difficult time of year for food banks. Donations tend to decline after the holiday season and, by April, many food banks and pantries are short on supply. That’s why our friends fron Holly Court Apartments in Alexandria, VA decided to host a Spring Into Action Food Drive from April 25-May 2. Holly Court… View Article

  • Mountain Peak Marketing Holds 2nd Annual Food Drive

    Mountain Peak Marketing held their second annual food drive from March 8-April 8 at their office in Towson, MD. They encouraged all of their employees to donate non-perishable food items, such as peanut butter, tuna, canned fruits/vegetables, and pasta, to help provide meals for their nieghbors in need. Mountain Peak Marketing collected 375 lbs. of food, which… View Article

  • InterWest Moving & Storage Branches Hold Food Drive Competition!

    A little friendly competition never hurt anybody, right? From April 15-May 3, InterWest Moving & Storage, an Atlas Van Lines agent, held a food drive challenge between their offices in Idaho Falls, ID and Bozeman, MT to see which location could collect more food! Employees were encouraged to bring in non-perishable canned donations to help provide meals… View Article

  • Frisbie Moving & Howard Hanna Team Up to Fight Hunger in Michigan

    In March, our friends at Frisbie Moving & Storage partnered with 3 local Howard Hanna Real Estate offices to help fight hunger in Michigan. From March 11-April 1, Howard Hanna’s branches in Ann Arbor, Franklin, and Birmingham asked members of their community to bring non-perishable food donations to their offices. Nearly 200 lbs. of food was collected overall,… View Article

  • The Pinellas County Estate Planning Council Collects 460 LBS. of Food

    The Pinellas County (FL) Estate Planning Council decided to Spring Into Action by holding a food drive to fight hunger in their community! At their monthly meeting on February 25, the Council handed out bags and boxes with flyers, asked their members to fill them with non-perishable food donations, and to bring them back when they… View Article