Corporate Sponsors

fbsc volunteer small group croppedThe Foodbank has numerous corporate and organizational food drives and volunteer programs. Corporate leaders are pleased to have their employees learn about the potential harm that hunger creates; such as  learning deficiencies among young children, illness among the elderly and diminished productivity of workers.  Corporate employees and volunteers learn firsthand the tremendous impact that their participation and donations make in the lives of impoverished children, families and seniors in our community.

Corporate food drives continue to provide hundreds of thousands of pounds of food for our distribution network. Successful food drives are conducted right here in the community by compassionate businesses and their employees and patrons.

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The Foodbank sincerely thanks the following businesses and organizations for their Food Drive support:

Group Food Drive Date(s) Pounds
Ace Relocation Systems Oct-13 1,716
Ajiloh Professional Staffing Nov-12 450
Ambiance Skin Care Dec-12 to Jan-13 365
Beverly Hills Transfer and Storage continuous 2,912
California Academy of Mathematics & Science Nov-12 850
Carson Post Office May-13 5,322
CEVA Logistics Dec-12 900
CSULB Alumni Club of Phi Beta Pi Dec-12 1,200
Curves Mar-12 to Apr-12 2,420
Custom and Border Protection Jun-12 to Aug-12 1,250
Federal Aviation Administration Aug-13 1,410
G&G Studios Dec-12 450
General Service Administration Aug-12 800
Hankyu International Transport Jan-13 420
Harbor City Post Office May-13 4,638
Harbor UCLA Medical Center Nov-12 to Jun-13 7,807
Home Owners Association Nov-12 to Ec-12 875
International Right of Way Mar-13 633
Iron Mountain Apr-13 5,222
Keller Williams Realty Apr-13 450
Lazy Acres Market Dec-12 to Jan-13 2,600
Long Beach Gastroenterology Association Noc-12 450
Los Cerritos Elementary School Dec-12 1,050
Millikan High School May-12 to June 12 288
Petco nov-12 to Mar-13 1,444
Pier 1 Imports Oct-12 200
Shenanigans Restaurant Jan-13 425
Social Security Administration Aug-13 1,782
State Board of Equalization Jan-13 1,200
Toyota Dec-12 3,600
Time Out for Women May-12 12,000
Transportation Security Administration June-13 to Aug-13 1,762
U.S. General Services Administration Jul-12 to Aug-12 850
Wave Front Technology May-12 2,000
Wells Fargo Wealth Management Oct-12 200

The Foodbank sincerely thanks the following groups for spearheading “Volunteer Days” at The Foodbank for their employees, families, students and constituencies:

Boeing Jun-13
Campus Group Nov-12
Cerritos High School – Health Occupational Students of America Sep-12
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints June-13
Christ Lutheran Church NApr-13
CSULB Volunteers Mar-13
General Mills Oct-12
Girl Scouts Jun-12
Iron Mountain Dec-12
Johnson Controls, Inc. Jul-12
Kaiser Permanente Apr-13
Kaiser Permanente South Bay Jan-14
Loyola University New Orleans Alumni Oct-12
Millikan High School Sep-12
Psi Delta Phi Sorority Mar-13
Same Day Insurance Mar-13
Singles For Christ Apr-13
L.A. Works continuous continuous

The Foodbank is honored to work in partnership with community wide appeals that benefit the hungry in our community:

Feinstein Foundation – Help the Hungry/End Hunger Campaign