Supermove and Move For Hunger, a national hunger relief non-profit organization, have announced a new partnership that will fight hunger and reduce food waste nationwide!
This partnership will provide nearly 19,000 meals to communities in need. As partners, Supermove will support Move For Hunger’s food rescue programs and will encourage their network to integrate the Move For Hunger model into their relocation policies. It also provides the opportunity to continue to expand the Move For Hunger network.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Move For Hunger,” said Wonjun Jeong, CEO of Supermove. “Supermove is on a mission to change the way the world moves, and Move For Hunger’s commitment to sustainability and food security represents a true values alignment for us. Together, we can make a meaningful impact in our communities and create a better future for those in need.”
Move For Hunger was founded in 2009 by Adam Lowy and now has built out an elaborate network of supporters. It includes over 1,100 moving companies, including many of the world’s leading relocation management companies, and more than 3,000 multifamily apartment communities. Move For Hunger has provided over 32 million pounds of food, equaling more than 28 million meals, to those in need.
“More than 34 million Americans are facing hunger, but we are wasting 40% of the food in the United States every year,” said Adam Lowy, Move For Hunger’s Executive Director/Founder. “With Supermove’s support, we can reach more people, rescue more food, and put more meals on the table for people who are struggling to make ends meet.”
About Move For Hunger
Move For Hunger is working to end hunger and food waste in America. 34 million Americans struggle with hunger while 35% of the food produced in this country goes to waste. By mobilizing moving companies, multifamily apartment communities, corporations, and volunteers, Move For Hunger has delivered more than 32 million pounds of food to food banks - providing 28 million meals for those in need.
Get your company involved by registering to hold a food drive, fundraiser, or team building opportunity. Visit Move For Hunger to learn more about their work at www.moveforhunger.org