Host a Food & Fund Drive
Your Gift Helps Ensure No One Has to Miss a Meal
Throughout the year, hungry Minnesotans are often faced with tough choices between paying for food and other necessities.
By hosting a Spring Food & Fund Drive, you are helping ensure fewer people have to make these tough choices today and in the future. 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: Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH®) is an engineering and architecture company serving public and private sector clients. We’re committed to building better communities. This is evidenced through our daily efforts as consultants, but also through our work as community members and volunteers. SEH’s charitable contributions are guided by the true heart of our Company: Our Employee-Owners. Our owners chose organizations that resonate most with our goal to improve the world around us. As a result, SEH has made financial contributions to food assistance.
Our community involvement is truly employee-driven. The employee engagement is exciting, but the true impact is within our communities.
This year marked our third annual Company-wide Feed the Hungry Drive and we surpassed last year’s contributions by more than 63 percent by hosting fundraising events in our offices. For example, a recent pie-throwing challenge was organized to collect donations for our Feed the Hungry Campaign. The event pitted various departments against one another as a means to challenge each other in collecting food. The department that gathered the most food for the charity won the opportunity to throw pies at their Regional Vice President. The event was a true success.