GET $25 FOR A CAN OF CORN!
Sullivan Super Service is pleased to announce its 16th Annual Food Drive benefiting the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The food drive will be held from through the end of the year. When a technicians visits your home, they'll request donations and interested donors not in need of service may drop off items or request a pick up.
The annual food drive was started in 2001 by Sullivan Super Service owner John L. Sullivan who recognized the need to provide for those less fortunate in our region. Each year, the company kicks off the food drive during September in honor of Hunger Action Month. The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is focusing the 2017 Hunger Action Month campaign by asking people to consider how they can help their neighbors lead a healthy life and ultimately promote a promising future for the entire community.
We're so thankful for your donation and we want to reward your generosity with a $25 coupon off your next service call. All you have to do is make a monetary or item donation to our food drive.
Our technicians will compete in a company wide contest to collect the most donations. The winning team will be awarded with a restaurant gift certificate and enjoy breakfast cooked by the losing team!
This year, the company hopes to beat last year’s collection of food and monetary donations which made 6,895 meals possible for Pittsburgh families. The food bank especially requests items needed for holiday dinners served in the upcoming months. These items include instant mashed potatoes, boxed stuffing mix, canned corn, beans and yams, canned cranberry, cornbread mix, instant or canned gravy, pie crust, mix and filling, canned fruit, cake, brownie and dessert mixes, 100% juice and themed paper products.
16th annual holiday food drive benefitting Pittsburgh families through the Greater Pittsburgh community food bank. Runs through December 31, 2017
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, is a nonprofit organization founded in 1980 that distributes more than 31 million meals annually throughout a network of nearly 400 member agencies across 11 counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. For more information on hunger in our region or how to get involved, visit pittsburghfoodbank.org.