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  • Cartus Employees Will Attempt to “Can The CEO”
    Danbury, CT

    Employees at the Cartus corporate office in Danbury, CT will be collecting non-perishable food items for their first-ever “Can the CEO” food drive from April 27-May 19. The staff will attempt to fill their boss’s office with as many boxes of food as it can hold. On April 27, the food drive will kick off with… View Article

  • Morse Moving & Storage to Co-Host Food Drive with Local Church
    Greenwood, IN

    Morse Moving & Storage of Indianapolis is partnering with a local church to host a two-week food drive. From March 15-31, non-perishable food donations, such as peanut butter, rice, pasta, canned tuna fish, and canned fruits and vegetables, can be dropped off at the Community Church of Greenwood: Community Church of Greenwood  |  1477 West Main Street … View Article

  • Preferred Corporate Housing – Working it at The Woodlands!

    Our latest Team Move For Hunger Runner Highlight features one of our awesome Corporate Housing Partners. Preferred Corporate Housing (PCH) has been a member since 2015 and is going above and beyond at The Woodlands Marathon 5K on March 4. PCH offers temporary furnished housing in 42,000 locations across the United States and Canada. A leader in the… View Article

  • Asbury Park Barbershop Holds Fall Food Drive

    Talking Heads Barbershop, located in our hometown of Asbury Park, NJ, hosted a two-week long food drive in November to raise awareness about hunger in our community and to lend a helping hand to our neighbors in need. Lowy’s Moving Service, a Wheaton agent, provided boxes for the event and volunteered to deliver all of the donations to The… View Article

  • Trina’s Kids Foundation Collects Enough Food to Provide Meals for 300 Families

    Trina’s Kids Foundation hosted a fall food drive from November 1-18 at Hubble Studio in Los Angeles. Local residents were asked to donate non-perishable, Thanksgiving-themed food items to help provide meals to people in their community who are facing hunger. On November 18, Trina’s Kids Foundation distributed the collected food to nearly 300 families in the Pico Housing Community. There… View Article

  • Think Big! Food Rescues Help Keep Shelves Stocked

    Did you know that 40% all of the food produced in the United States each year is wasted? It’s hard to believe that, in a country where nearly 50 million people face hunger each day, so much food could end up in a landfill. Yet, this is precisely what is happening – and we’re all… View Article

  • Food Drive Ideas for the Winter Months

    The holiday season is over, but the fight against hunger is a year-round battle. One in 5 children in the United States struggle with food insecurity every day of the year, and we all need to do what we can to help keep the shelves stocked at our local food banks/pantries. Here are three food… View Article

  • Crunch Fitness Locations Across the Country Hold Massive Thanksgiving Food Drive

    Crunch Fitness held a mega Thanksgiving food drive from November 1-18 at 30 locations nationwide. Nearly 50 million people, including 1 in 5 children, in the United States face hunger. Members of the gym, employees, and local residents were encouraged to bring non-perishable food items, such as soups, peanut butter, tuna fish, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, rice… View Article