The Keyes Company’s “Next Gen” group, which consists of Sales Associates under the age of 40, announces its new partnership with Move For Hunger, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting hunger and reducing food waste. Move For Hunger works with relocation companies and real estate professionals to collect nonperishable food items and deliver them to food banks across the country.
In 2009, Adam Lowy founded Move For Hunger. His family has owned a moving company for more than 90 years, and after years of seeing so much food wasted when people move, Lowy decided to take action. To date, the organization has collected more than 7.6 million pounds of food, equating to 6.3 million meals for those in need.
“We’re very excited to partner with an organization as great as Move For Hunger,” said Keyes Sales Associate Jason Pappas, who is spearheading the campaign. “This organization is making an incredible difference for our society, and we’re proud to support its efforts to help fight hunger.