Carolina Mountain Sales to participate in Feed the Need campaign

Press release from Carolina Mountain Sales:

Carolina Mountain Sales, A Wilkinson ERA Real Estate Company  today announced they will be collaborating with ERA Real Estate and other ERA affiliated brokerages across the country to join together in their Feed the Need initiative, a national campaign to fight against hunger. The campaign will kick off on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, also known as #GivingTuesday, and will work in tandem with national hunger-fighting non-profit organization Move For Hunger.

Carolina Mountain Sales, A Wilkinson ERA Real Estate Company is hosting a community initiative to gather substantial amounts of non-perishable and unused food items to benefit local food pantries. This movement is part of an overall effort to give back to local communities and help stock food pantries across the country in advance of the holiday season.

Move For Hunger is dedicated to improving the accessibility of food to individuals and families who are food insecure. The organization mobilizes the relocation industry to collect non-perishable food items and deliver them to food banks across North America in an effort to reduce food waste and fight hunger.

“Our team cares about this community and has a passion to make it even stronger,” said Amanda Holland, Broker-In-Charge “We are urging everyone in the community to join us in this important campaign to make sure our local food pantries are adequately stocked to meet the needs of its clients this holiday season.”

“At this time of year especially, we pause to think about others and how we can help those who are food insufficient. Feed the Need is an important initiative to address such a critical issue in our communities,” said Tracy McCormack, Director of Marketing.

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