This year, during White Glove Moving & Storage’s 4th annual holiday food drive, over 40 locations throughout Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie counties stepped up to commit to filling at least on box. It took three days to gather all the food and when it was all delivered to the Treasure Coast Food Bank our team was delighted to reveal that over 2500 pounds was raised exceeding our goal by more than double!
Though White Glove Moving aides with all the boxes and logistics, this is a feat we could not do on our own. We would like to thank the following businesses and communities for their generosity and support:
Waldo’s, The Gardens at River Grove, Daisie Hope Center, Indian River Chamber, Vero Insurance, all three locations of Marine Bank, Regus, Harmony Reserve, Ranger, Berkshire Hathaway formerly Norris & Co., Edward Jones Investments, Peter DeSalvo Tax and Accounting, Sebastian Chamber, GFA International Inc. , Morning Star Screen Printing, Tarpon Flats, Store Right Self Storage, Chelsea Title, Decors by Jackie & Palm Coast Development, House of Charm Antiques, Coldwell Banker of Tradition, Comforcare, Stringer Gallery, Brookdale of Vero, North Beach Realty, Foxy Nail & Spa, Keller Williams of Vero Beach, Keller Williams of PSL, Sandridge, First American Title, Oculina Bank locations in Vero, Sebastian and Ft. Pierce, R&M Auto, Alexander Insurance, Idea Garden, Women’s Power Lunch Bunch, Millstone Landing, Bent Pine and the Island Club.
With three pallets overflowing of boxes, the 2570 lbs. of food raised will equate to over 2,100 meals for families food insecure throughout our communities this holiday season; impressive!
The next food drive will take place in June of 2017 once children are out of school and the demand for food is high. We hope these businesses will participate again and that new ones are willing to come on board. At White Glove Moving & Storage we are proud Move for Hunger Movers and of our ability to give back locally. Please visit www.whitegloveusa.com to find out more.