FirstService Residential Austin, TX is conducting a drive to collect items for The SAFE Alliance (The Stop Abuse for Everyone Alliance) from February 3rd to February 26th. The SAFE Alliance is a merger of Austin Children’s Shelter and SafePlace, both long-standing and respected human service agencies in Austin serving the survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence. The SAFE Alliance provides comprehensive services to survivors of trauma and abuse. They advocate for improved response systems for those whose lives are touched by violence and abuse while working to create just and safe communities. They provide housing, healing and support via the Austin Children’s Shelter and SAFE campuses.
The Austin team is requesting the following items to assist with basic needs in the facilities:
• Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion • Brushes, hair accessories, and hair products • OTC medications (vitamins, aspirin, allergy) • Sizes 4, 5, & 6 diapers, pull-ups, and baby wipes • Toddler meals & snacks • Pantry items (boxed meals, canned meat, cereal) • Individually packaged snacks (granola bars, fruit bars, etc) • Toiler paper, paper towels, & tissue
Austin’s Lakeway office will collect all items and drop off at the facility at the completion of the drive.
Want to help low income families enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal? Then join us for the Charleston Basket Brigade!
This is a partnership with the local school district for low income school age children. Volunteers assemble a Thanksgiving boxed meal for families that would not otherwise have a meal on Thanksgiving day.
We’ll be in Exhibit Hall C at the North Charleston Coliseum.
It was all hands on deck on Saturday, November 23, 2019 when more than 528 volunteers came together to pack 112,104 meals to feed 307 starving children throughout the world for an entire year!
In addition to the food packed, the team raised more than $30,000 to help fund the noble work of Feed My Starving Children.
“Dear Super Restoration team – THANK YOU! You are all such champions for putting on this event for your community,” said Bethany Durst, Feed My Starving Children eemployee. “It was wonderful serving with you all. This was one of the most efficient packs I’ve done because of your hard prep work. I hope our paths cross again soon!”
This event is meaningful to so many at Super Restoration who demonstrate a commitment to #FirstServeOthers through many activities throughout the year.
“This was my second year coordinating the Feed My Starving Children Event to be hosted at Super Restoration. I began working on this year’s event in July 2019. This year, I was able to create and organize more efficiently because I had experience under my belt. It was so amazing to see a lot of hard work and effort come together on the event day,” said Jamie O’Camb, executive assistant to Rene Vargas. ‘When I saw all of the volunteers in our warehouse, it made me so proud to be part of a company that sees the value in giving back to our community. It was such a blessing to meet all of the genuine people and families who took time out of their weekend to help people around the world. Once again, this event made such an impact on me and will be something I continue to support and work on for the years to come!”
Congrats to the Super Restoration team on an incredibly successful and meaningful event!
Give thanks and give back to others throughout the month of November!
From November 4th-20th, the California Closets Richmond, CA offices will be hosting a HARVEST FOOD DRIVE to support The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano Counties.
Last year, their first food drive collected 222 pounds of food, which is the equivalent of 185 meals!!
Let’s work together to double our contributions this year by dropping off your non-perishable food items in the collection barrels located in the kitchen/break room and California Closets San Francisco-RBU office areas.
** Please refer to the list of preferred items below and remember, no open food or glass containers. **
For anyone located outside the Richmond, CA offices, please consider donating what you can to your local food banks!
Food Drive Shopping List Ideas:
Canned Meat, Fish (tuna and chicken in water) & Soups*
Canned Ready to Eat Meals
Peanut, Cashew or Almond Butter (plastic container)
Canned Vegetables & Tomato Products
Iron Rich Cereal (45% or more of daily value)
100% Fruit Juice (48 oz. or less plastic bottles)
Canned Fruit (in juice)
Dry Beans (any type)
Enriched Rice or Pasta
*Heart Healthy/Low Sodium preferred
Non- Food Items Also Needed (must be new and unopened package):
This year FirstService Residential is giving back through Fulfill, NJ. Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to make sure that all people at all times have access to enough nutritious food to maintain an active and healthy life.
Join us by bringing one of the following items to registration this year:
Volunteers will assist River Hills Community Church packing 100,000 meals for the needy/homeless.
For more information or to sign up to volunteer, please contact the event organizer below.
Established in 2000, Helping Hands of Vegas Valley is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission to provide free, assistive services to senior citizens in Southern Nevada, allowing them to maintain their dignity and independence while improving health and daily living.
Las Vegas and Reno office are getting together to do this Food Drive for the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley.
The Reno Office address is 639 Isbell Road Suite #280 Reno, Nevada 89509
The Las Vegas address is 8290 Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89139