JFS Restock Challenge

FOOD DRIVE – Restock Challenge

Each year Schwam-Wilcox & Associates participates in the JFS Restock Challenge.

This year the food drive will take place between March 15 and April 30, 2019 and the sponsors, the Weiner Family and Winter Park Wealth Group, will be matching $0.50 for every $1 or one pound of food donated.

Our firm collects funds all year long by “buying” the ability to wear jeans to work on Fridays. If you wear jeans, you must pay $1.00 and all of those funds are donated to the Restock Challenge, in addition to all of the food and other funds we collect in order to help the families of Central Florida.

Last year, the Restock Challenge collected enough donations to feed over 800 families! Please consider participating in the food drive and joining us in fighting hunger in Central Florida.

My office is a donation location at 604 Courtland Street, Suite #145, Orlando, FL 32804 or you can mail a check to the same address payable to JFS. All pantry items are appreciated; however, the wish list consists of: Pasta, Soup, canned fruit, peanut butter, cereal, canned vegetables, snack items, and Tuna.

A hungry child is not a child that can learn to his or her fullest potential, let’s give our youth all of the opportunities we can, to help them achieve great things. This pantry is not only for the youth, but for their families as well; however, children are among the largest population of homeless in Central Florida. During school breaks some of these children and their families do not get to eat as they rely on the school pantries for their food and the free breakfast and lunch they receive.

Thank you to those friends of the firm who have already donated, as you know this means a lot to us to help the families in Central Florida.

PS. For more information here is the link to the website: https://www.jfsorlando.org/restock-challenge-2019/

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