Update: June 18
The work of food pantries and nonprofits doesn’t stop, especially when times are tough. Organizations such as Two Rivers, the American Red Cross, and Illinois Partners in Hope have tirelessly served their communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and we’re honored to do what we can to help them keep up the good work.
Dot Foods Mt. Sterling continues to host pantry pickups for local nonprofits and schools. One of our regular recipients of our food donations is the Two Rivers Regional Council (TRRC), which has food pantries in Pike and Brown counties. The Illinois nonprofit’s mission is to help people living in poverty through providing goods and services. We’re honored that we could help them feed residents near our headquarters.
Harvey Fire Department
Supporting first responders has been an ongoing focus of our charity efforts. We’re happy to see that our recent donation to the Harvey Fire Department in Illinois helped them purchase new equipment.
Crosspointe Biker Church
Week after week, Crosspointe loads up their semi-trailer with whatever our Dot Foods Indiana warehouse has to offer to benefit Fayette County residents.
Illinois Partners in Hope
Illinois Partners in Hope helps local food pantries and charities reduce costs and serve more people by offering a variety of services. Throughout the pandemic, the organization has offered several pop-up drive-through pantries. Dot Foods Chicago recently contributed 1,525 cases of food to support their efforts.
Mountain View Christian Center
One of the biggest local food pantries to frequently receive donations from Dot Foods Idaho is MVCC. We recently donated nearly $3,900 of our excess food to the church.
Rehoboth New Life Church
Dot Foods Maryland’s donation of nearly 9,800 pounds of food helps Rehoboth continue donating to local families in need.
Red Cross Online Portal
Donating blood is a key part of helping our nation recover. You can pledge to donate blood and find a drive near you by visiting our Red Cross online portal.