2021 Heroes Fighting Hunger Food Drive
At Home Clean Heroes, we genuinely believe in giving back to the community. From mid-November through the end of December, we will be collecting grocery store gift cards, canned goods and other non-perishable items on behalf of the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Customers can print out this flyer and leave it on the counter with any items you’d like to donate on the day of your next service. During the first week of January, the Home Clean Heroes team will drop off the canned goods at the food bank to replenish the shelves from the holidays, to then be given to families in need in the local community.
Our system-wide goal is to collect 2,000 non-perishable food items across all of our Home Clean Heroes locations, which will provide meals to families in need. Each year we surpass the previous year’s donations, so we are confident we’ll be able to achieve this goal with the help of our customers! Check out our progress on the corporate Heroes Fighting Hunger page.
How to Help
Fighting Hunger doesn’t have to end with our food drive. If you’d like to help fight hunger in the area, you can check out the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s website to learn about the different ways you can get involved throughout the entire year.
Different ways to help
Here is a list of ways to get involved with the Atlanta Community Food Bank:
- Volunteer: You can volunteer with the food bank individually or as part of a group.
- Advocate: Speak up about hunger-related issues to your federal and state representatives to make sure ending hunger remains a priority. You can find out more about the advocate programs that the food bank is involved in here.
- Food and fund drives: Find out about fundraising opportunities with the food bank here.
- Events: The Atlanta Community Food Bank hosts several events throughout the year to raise money, food, or both. Check out the list of upcoming events on the calendar.
- Get Educated: The food bank offers workshops to educate groups on the issues that surround hunger and food insecurity.