GIANT Team Members Volunteer at Honey Brook Food Pantry, Donated 100 Hams

Honey Brook Food PantryGIANT Thorndale store manager Mike Smith (kneeling) pictured with GIANT and Honey Brook Food Pantry team members. On Wednesday, March 24, GIANT donated 100 hams to Honey Brook Food Pantry in time for Easter.

HONEY BROOK, PA — Team members from GIANT Thorndale on Wednesday donated 100 hams to Honey Brook Food Pantry in advance of the spring holidays. They also spent the morning volunteering at the pantry by helping restock shelves. In total, The GIANT Company donated 3,000 hams to 13 partner food banks across four states as it continues its work to eliminate hunger.

“At The GIANT Company, we believe every family should be able to share a meal and want to do all that we can to help fill empty plates,” said Jessica Groves, social impact manager, The GIANT Company. “We continue to hear from our food bank partners that the number of families seeking support and assistance remains high. As a company committed to ending hunger, it is our hope that this donation provides a bit of relief to both our partners and to families facing food insecurity.”

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Donations and volunteer events took place at the following food banks:

GIANT and MARTIN’S customers also have the chance to help their neighbors in need by donating their free ham certificate to their local food bank now through April 4.

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