Triad Moving Company Holding Thanksgiving Food Drive
October 25, 2016 - storage organizer
HIGH POINT — Though it’s usually a week divided from Halloween, many are
already looking forward to Thanksgiving.
City Transfer Storage in High Point is operative to collect
1,500 pounds of food before Thanksgiving with Move for Hunger, a
national non-profit organization.
While a business hopes to collect as most food as probable they
also wish to get a emanate of craving on a front of people’s minds.
“I’m not unequivocally certain people do comprehend how most a hunger
problem we do have in this area,” pronounced Karen Raikin, organizer
for a food expostulate during City Transfer and Storage.
Second Harvest Food Bank says a problem of craving not usually affects
adults yet hundreds of children in a area.
“More than one in 4 of a children go to bed hungry,”
pronounced Clyde Fitzgerald, executive executive for Second Harvest. “I
consider that in a county and in a segment that is generally suspicion of as
civic and prosperous, and many people consider we don’t have those
problems here, yet we unfortunately do.”
Fitzgerald says he’s always friendly to internal companies and groups
for hosting their possess food drives yet infrequently a food collected
usually lasts during a holidays.
“We discharge on normal 33 tons of food a day to assistance meet
food assistance in a 18 counties we serve,” pronounced Fitzgerald.
During Nov and December, they see a rise in a series of food
drives yet it tends to stop after a new year.
Even yet a series of people in a area on food assistance is
high, everybody in a village can do something together.
“Every can creates a disproportion to a people who don’t have any
food during all,” Fitzgerald said.
City Transfer Storage will be collecting food until Nov. 11 at
both of their stores. Second Harvest Food Bank is always wanting some-more food.
- City Transfer Storage:
- 2895 Ridgewood
Park Drive, Winston-Salem or 1100 Redding Drive, High Point
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina:
- 3655 Reed St., Winsont-Salem