(MURFREESBORO) Woods Air Movement US and Alpyne Strategy of Murfreesboro are holding a holiday food drive for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The drive is in progress now through Dec. 20, 2023.
Food donations can be dropped off at multiple locations in Murfreesboro, including:
- Woods Air Movement US office at 3930 Richard Reeves Dr, Murfreesboro, TN 37127 during business hours.
- Alpyne Strategy at 1500 Medical Center Parkway, Suite 3A-34, Murfreesboro, TN during business hours.
All-non perishable food is accepted; however, the most needed items include peanut butter, canned meat (chicken/tuna), canned fruit and vegetables, soups and stews, pasta, and cereal.
For those who would like to make a donation online instead of bringing canned foods, they can visit the Virtual Food Drive page.
Each person who donates gets entered into a contest to win two tickets to Nashville’s Nutcracker at TPAC.
“The Woods Air Movement team is very proud to announce a new campaign in collaboration with our local sales representative Alpyne Strategy here in Murfreesboro, aimed at collecting food to support hunger issues in Tennessee. We have partnered with Second Harvest, a renowned food bank, to distribute food to support our local community,” said Dan Luesley, President of Woods Air Movement. “With a donation drop-off point at our facility, we are grateful to welcome contributions from our valued suppliers and customers. Together, we are committed to making a meaningful impact.”
Donations will go towards Rutherford County food banks with the goal of helping as many families as possible.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee has been combating hunger and addressing 2 food insecurity for over 45 years. By distributing food and other necessary products across Middle and West Tennessee, the organization stands as a pillar of support in an area where over 350,000 people face hunger.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee has served our community for more than 40 years and has followed its mission to provide food to people facing hunger and work to advance hunger solutions. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Second Harvest distributes food and other products to approximately 420 nonprofit partner agencies in 46 counties in Middle and West Tennessee.