Host a Food & Fund Drive
Bringing Hope During the Holidays
If you’re like most families in the heartland, you’ll sit down this month and enjoy a holiday feast surrounded by loved ones. But the reality is, thousands of Minnesota families will rely on their local food shelf for a simple holiday meal.
By hosting a Holiday Food & Fund Drive sponsored by Delta Air Lines, you are helping us provide food and hope for people in our region this holiday season. Whether it’s a regular or virtual drive, we’ll provide you with all the tools you need.
Two ways to host a Food & Fund Drive
We will provide you with the tools
To make your drive a success please consider reading our FAQ and using resources from our toolkit.
Want to donate to an existing virtual Food & Fund Drive?
To donate to an existing virtual drive, search for your organization, family member or friend’s drive.
Need help? Contact us
Questions? Contact Julie Greene, Corporate Engagement Coordinator at 651-209-7915 or via email at email@example.com.
Featured Food & Fund Drive: Schwan Food Company
Thank you to the Schwan Food Company, its employees, and the Schwan’s Corporate Giving Foundation for donating over $30,000.
Our annual food and fund drive at the Schwan Food Company is always highly anticipated by our employees. It’s a way to positively affect our community, engage employees, and have some fun.
“The Schwan’s Engagement Council, which organizes the drive, tries to create competition and fun through a series of events such as a silent auction, raffle, group walk, bagel break, etc. However, all of these activities wouldn’t be successful without the employees who support the drive through donations, time, and creativity. For example, this year we raised record funds due to employees coordinating 89 items or baskets worth over $15,000 for our silent auction. It’s also a huge incentive knowing that every dollar will be matched by the Schwan Corporate Giving Foundation and keeping in mind that Second Harvest Heartland is able to make every dollar count providing 19 meals for every $5 donated.”