All Dry Services of Rostraver Lends a Wing to Fight Hunger in Westmoreland County
Regional restoration service works with area businesses to gather over 200 pounds of additional food donations for Westmoreland Food Bank.
"We believe in being a true resource for the communities we serve," says All Dry owner Jim Wessel. "Whenever we see a need, our first question is always, 'What can we do to help?'"
"So many go without proper food every single day of the year. They need more than a one-time helping hand during the holidays," adds All Dry Marketing Director, Adam Watt. "That's why we reached out to Westmoreland Food Bank to see what we could do to help brighten the new year for those still struggling to put food on the table."
Three additional area business locations agreed to have food donation bins placed at their respective locations from February 14th through the 23rd: Henry's Hoagies in Greensburg; Randall's Restaurant in Perryopolis;
All donations followed the food bank's guidelines and included staple items such as pasta, peanut butter, cereal, canned goods, and more. Overall, the drive netted an extra 214 pounds of food for the food bank while helping raise awareness for the ongoing need for food donations and related outreach efforts, with Director of Volunteers and Food Drives Gina Colosimo excitedly calling the final results "wonderful."
"Moving forward, this is something we will continue to do regularly for Westmoreland Food Bank and similar programs in our area throughout the year," said Watt.
If you or someone you know is going hungry, click HERE (https://westmorelandfoodbank.org/
And to learn more about how All Dry Services can help keep your home or business location's indoor environment clean and healthy - or to schedule a free evaluation - visit All Dry online at www.tinyurl.com/
Adam Watt, Marketing Director
All Dry Services of Rostraver/FayWest