St. Matthew’s House End of The Season Food Drive Recap

St. Matthew’s House End of The Season Food Drive Recap

As we enter into June, we wanted to give you a quick update on the status of our End of the Season Food drive that we’ve done this year in partnership with St. Matthew’s House. We’d like to thank all those who have participated in our End of the Season Food Drive, where we donated leftover food, canned goods and non-perishables to the St. Matthews House Food Pantry. With your generous support, our team was able to donate over $2,300 worth of food and canned goods which will be distributed to families facing food insecurities in our community. Robert Peia and Meagan Borro, both members of our internal Social and Community Involvement Committee got to talk to Nick Porter, Development Operations Manager with St. Matthew’s House, and the impact YOUR donations have made to those in need!

As you may have read in our previous blog post, Spectrum Concierge has organized an internal end of the season Food Drive, where our clients that wanted to participate allowed us to donated leftover food, canned goods, and other non-pershiables, after their departure for the season, to the St. Matthews House Food Pantry. We are truly grateful to be able to facilitate this on behalf of our clients, and this truly wouldn’t be possible without their support. Spectrum Concierge and Accent Cleaning Services looks forward to strengthening our relationships with with great non-profit organizations such as St. Matthews House, along with other ways we can make an impact together in our community.

For those who would like to donate, the St. Matthews House Food Pantry is ALWAYS accepting donations at the following location:

St. Matthew’s house Food Pantry (Open Monday – Saturday from 8:00 am – 4:00pm) 2601 Airport Road S, Naples, FL 34112

About the St. Matthew’s House:

St. Matthew’s House began in 1987 when a group of Naples parishioners followed a calling to bring food to a homeless population living in a nearby wooded area. The “Task Force for the Homeless” began gathering contributions of both food and clothing, establishing the mission’s food pantry. Throughout the years, community support has helped grow the small mission into a multi-faceted organization focused on spiritual change. As a 501(c)(3), our 100% donation model allows all of our operating expenses to be covered by unique social enterprises – which enable us to direct 100% of all public donations toward our life-changing programs that continue to enrich countless lives in our community.

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