Ancora Donates to Local Food Banks


On this Giving Tuesday we are very proud to announce that, on behalf of Ancora, our employees, clients and friends, we have chosen to make a donation to both the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and Detroit’s Forgotten Harvest. We are very thankful to be in a position to give back to our communities, especially during this season of giving.

According to the USDA’s Household Food Insecurity in the United States report, more than 38 million people in the United States experienced hunger in 2020, including over 6 million children. Giving back to our communities and supporting those in need has always been a core value at Ancora, so it was not a difficult decision to make a sizable donation to organizations fighting hunger again this year, as we did in 2020.

The Greater Cleveland Food Bank helps provide over 57 million meals each year, serving a territory where one in five people is food insecure. Forgotten Harvest also fights hunger and food waste in the metro Detroit area by delivering over 50 million pounds of surplus food each year to local charities. Both organizations are members of Feeding America.

We were thrilled to present a donation to each organization to help support their missions.

Check presented to Greater Cleveland Food Bank
Pictured left to right: Mary Lavigne-Butler (Greater Cleveland Food Bank), Dan Hyland (Ancora), Rachel Jerpbak (Ancora), Brittney Garrett (Ancora), Fred DiSanto (Ancora), Geoff Masten (Greater Cleveland Food Bank)

To learn more about these organizations and how you can support their missions, visit their websites;

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