Help Provide Meals For Those In Need!
HD Supply has partnered with Move For Hunger to help support their efforts to rescue food as people are moving and provide meals for those in need. Employees and supporters will be collecting food through their participation in the HD Supply Thanksgiving Food Drive from October 26 - November 6.
All food collected will be donated to local food banks and food pantries across the country. We are also asking anyone that would like to make a financial contribution to support Move For Hunger's efforts can please do so here.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a massive economic impact and has drastically increased the need for emergency food assistance nationwide. Before the pandemic hit, 37 million Americans were already facing daily hunger, and estimates say 17 million more people will experience food insecurity in 2020. Food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters are on the front lines, helping our most vulnerable populations every day. Experts agree that the effects of COVID-19 will require a long-term response, and Move For Hunger and its network are determined to see it through.
Help HD Supply put a spotlight on this important issue at a time when so many are experiencing hunger for the first time in their lives. Make a donation to support Move For Hunger and help provide meals for those in need.
Power of Your Donation: Every dollar you donate provides 2 meals to those in need
$10 donation provides 25 meals
$25 donation provides 63 meals
$50 donation provides 125 meals
$100 donation provides 250 meals
$250 donation provides 600 meals
$500 donation provides 1200 meals
~ Thank you for your support!
Move For Hunger is the first and only non-profit organization that has mobilized the moving, relocation, and multi-family housing industries to fight hunger and food waste by collecting unopened, non-perishable food from people who are moving and delivering it to local food banks and food pantries across the United States and Canada. Since its inception in 2009, Move For Hunger's innovative, sustainable food-rescue programs has resulted in the recovery of more than 19 million pounds of food or the equivalent of 16 million meals for people in need.