Hormel Foods donation helps fight hunger in Twin Cities and surrounding communities
St. Paul, Minn.
Second Harvest Heartland utilizes community relationships to end hunger and distributes more than 51 million pounds of food and grocery products annually to nearly 1,000 food shelves, soup kitchens, shelters and programs. The company also donated funds to the organization in 2011 and 2012.
“I extend a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to the hardworking employees of Lloyd’s Barbeque Company. Their commitment to quality – day in and day out – help make it possible for our company to continue the plant community donations program,” said Jason E. Reuss, plant manager, Lloyd’s Barbeque Company. “On behalf of our facility, I’m honored to present these donations to Second Harvest Heartland.”
For the third consecutive year, Hormel Foods is giving funds to U.S. manufacturing facilities to share with nonprofits in their respective communities to fight hunger. In 2012, Hormel Foods donated $220,000 to local hunger relief organizations in more than 20 U.S. communities where it has manufacturing facilities.
“For the last two years, we’ve been able to assist our plant communities in local hunger relief efforts,” said Julie H. Craven, vice president of corporate communications at Hormel Foods. “We are committed to helping fight hunger in the areas where we live and work. It’s with great excitement that we continue the program throughout 2013.”
Hormel Foods is helping those in need both in the U.S. and internationally through its On Our Way to Ending Hunger program. The company collaborates with retailers, nonprofits and the government on hunger relief efforts; nourishes the hungry in the U.S. and abroad; and motivates individuals and corporate partners to take action to fight hunger.