By Alysa Cronin
BHG Financials’ focus on the health and wellness of its employees and the communities they live and work is a pillar of the company’s corporate values—not just during the holidays but all year round.
And while the organization has been busy giving back to nearly 50 different charitable organizations over the course of 2022, this fall, leadership is focused on addressing food insecurity in the areas the company maintains footholds: Florida, Georgia, and New York.
“We are an organization founded on stepping in and stepping up to a challenge,” says BHG Chief Executive Officer, Al Crawford.” That is why BHG is sponsoring four separate partnerships with four different 501(c)3 private nonprofit organizations this November, all focused on providing fresh and healthy food to underserved areas, says Crawford.
Between supporting initiatives ensuring everyone in Central NY has access to nutritious food: the Food Bank of Central New York; to feeding senior citizens in Florida: The Pantry of Broward; to fighting hunger in Atlanta and north Georgia: Atlanta Community Food Bank; and helping low-income New Yorkers: Food Bank For New York City, BHG Financial is committed to making a difference.
Four Locations + Four Donations = 60,000 Meals
With the collaboration of the below-named nonprofit organizations, BHG is projected to provide more than 60,000 meals to those in need this November and December. Read on to learn more about these epic players in fighting hunger across Florida, Georgia, and New York.
Food Bank of Central New York (FBCNY) located at 7066 Interstate Island Road in Syracuse, NY, leads the effort to eliminate hunger in Central New York by partnership with others in the community through education, advocacy, and distribution of nutritious food. By collaborating with 431 community partners FBCNY distributes food to individuals and families in need in the counties of Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, and St. Lawrence. At all times, FBCNY maintains an inventory of 100 core food items.
315.437.1899 | email@example.com
The Pantry of Broward, 610 NW Third Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL, delivers monthly fifty-five-pound nutritional food packages to close to six hundred seniors living on low fixed incomes and grandparents raising their grandchildren throughout Broward County. Staff and volunteers assist clients with applying for affordable housing, grandparents applying for legal custody of their grandchildren, and other individual and unique forms of assistance as needed.
954.358.1481 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB), known as the central hub in the fight against hunger in Atlanta and north Georgia, collects and distributes donated food and goods and manages all of the logistics and partner relationships that go with it. Each month ACFB receives nearly 9 million pounds of donated food and grocery products to its location at 3400 North Desert Drive in Atlanta—22% of which is fresh produce. Staff and volunteers for ACFB then distribute the food to more than 700 nonprofit partner agencies operating food assistance programs in 29 north Georgia counties.
404.892.3333 | email@example.com
Food Bank For New York City‘s (FBNYC) Community Kitchen & Pantry and its SNAP Outreach, connect directly with neighbors to address the symptoms and causes of food poverty. Boasting a 90,000 square foot warehouse located at 39 Broadway in New York City, FBNYC collects, safely stores, and efficiently distributes food to a growing network of more than 1,000 charities and schools, providing food for 62.5 million meals each year.
212.566.7855 | firstname.lastname@example.org
If You Need Food Today
Your local food bank can help you find food today. Feeding America partners with food pantries, soup kitchens, and meal programs in many local communities to give away free food. Find your local food bank here.