Beacon Pointe Apartments and Townhomes named Community of the Month for June

July 15, 2023

Each month, Move For Hunger chooses a community that displays a dedication to ending hunger. Beacon Pointe Apartments and Townhomes has been awarded Community of the Month for June 2023!

Beacon Pointe Apartments and Townhomes, located in Baltimore County, Maryland, collected 1,500 lbs of food for their Spring Into Action Food Drive, which will provide about 1,250 meals to those in need within their local community. Special thanks to Fincor Construction for making this valuable connection!

“Participating in a food drive specifically with Move for Hunger is a powerful way to give back to our community,” said Marge Walker, Property Manager of Beacon Pointe Apartments and Townhomes. “Donating non-perishable food items can help feed those who are experiencing food insecurity, especially in the summer months when children are home from school. Everything helps and contributing to a local food drive is a great way to help local families. Moreover, it can inspire others to take action and create a ripple effect of kindness and generosity. Overall, giving back can make a significant difference in the lives of others and promote a sense of unity and compassion within our community.”

Beacon Pointe Apartments and Townhomes, an MCB Real Estate Property, is one of Move For Hunger’s newest multifamily members.

Walker continued, “Giving back is important because it allows us to make a positive impact on the community in which we live/work. By donating time, money, or resources to those in need, individuals can help improve the lives of others and bring about positive change. Giving back can help address societal issues and promote greater social responsibility and empathy for others.”

“The team worked hard and collaborated effectively to reach our goals. Each member contributed their unique skills and expertise to make this project a success, and everyone was committed to seeing it through to completion. Through regular communication and a shared sense of purpose, we overcome challenges and stay on track. In the end, our hard work paid off and we achieved our desired outcome of more than 500 pounds. The experience brought the team closer together and instilled a sense of pride in seeing this project come to an end.”

There are almost 82,000 food insecure individuals in Baltimore County alone, with more than 1 in 8 children not knowing where their next meal comes from. We extend our heartfelt thanks to every community that has rallied alongside us in the fight against hunger.

Want to join the fight against hunger or host your own food drive? Join our multifamily network!