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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (May 22, 2014) -- Members of Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) delivered more than 3,000 pounds of non-perishable food to the Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB) today, as part of their recently announced initiative to increase support of regional efforts in combating hunger.
“We’re glad to be able to help,” said Chef Paul Norton. “Today, we focused on delivering non-perishable food to the folks at Montgomery Area Food Bank, so they can use it in support of local agencies. But, we’ve also been making stops in the community with our new ‘Good to Go’ Food Truck to support efforts like a recent Habitat for Humanity build out. We were able to feed more than 700 volunteers who were doing good work in the community.”
“This is a substantial donation, and we really appreciate WHC’s commitment to helping us combat hunger in Alabama,” said MAFB Executive Director E. Parke Hinman, III. “Normally I’d say every little bit helps, but this is more than a ton of food that we’ll be able to distribute to community agencies throughout the River Region...and that’s more than a little bit.”
Montgomery Area Food Bank (www.montgomeryareafoodbank.org) is a non-profit, 501 (c),(3) organization devoted to doing everything possible to minimize hunger and food insecurity in Alabama. The largest distributing food bank in Alabama, MAFB’s annual distribution last year exceeded 20 million lbs. (roughly 670 tractor trailer loads) of vital nourishment throughout 35 of Alabama’s 67 counties.
Wind Creek Hospitality’s Scott Weldon helps unload the delivery of 3,500 pounds of non-perishable food to the Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB) today, as part of WCH’s recently announced initiative to increase support of regional efforts in combating hunger.
Wind Creek Hospitality staff (Chef Paul Norton, and ‘Good to Go’ Food Truck Cooks Norine Williams and Scott Weldon (l/r in purple) delivered 3,500 pounds of non-perishable food to MAFB's E. Parke Hinman, III; and David Fata (middle l/r) today, as part of WCH’s recently announced initiative to increase support of regional efforts in combating hunger.
Wind Creek Hospitality Supports Montgomery Area Food Bank