Food Drive Pantry of Broward | Prediq Media

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Miami, FL, November 07, 2014 –(PR.com)– Prediq Media Group, a digital marketing agency, is hosting a month-long food drive to benefit The Pantry of Broward from November 1st through December 1st. The company has set a goal of collecting 1,000 pounds of food to donate to the local food bank and will match donations pound for pound and dollar for dollar.

“The Pantry of Broward is serving our community in a purposeful and tangible way, and we’re proud to host a holiday food drive for this essential cause,” said Alex Oliveira, CEO of Prediq Media. “We are matching the donations we receive to create maximum impact for these seniors, who have already contributed so much to our society.”

The company will be collecting canned and dry foods for the holiday season, with a scheduled delivery to The Pantry before Thanksgiving and another one week later for the December holidays. The collection box will be located in the company’s Broward office, located at 652 South Military Trail in Deerfield Beach, and collections will be accepted Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

The Pantry of Broward supports local senior citizens and grandparents raising grandchildren by providing each client with a 55-pound box of nutritional food each month, as well as housing assistance, food stamp application assistance and many other support services. The food bank supplies about 23,000 pounds of food each month for its seniors. In addition, the non-profit offers cooking classes, menu planning and suggestions on how to purchase additional items in the most economical way for its seniors. For more information, visit www.thepantryofbroward.org.

Supporters will be able to track the agency’s success via the food drive progress tracker on its website at www.prediqmedia.com. The company encourages donations be made of items that have the most impact at a pantry—such as peanut butter, canned tuna fish, and canned vegetables.

Prediq Media Group is a full-service marketing agency based in Miami, Florida. With a focus on SEO, SEM, PPC, mobile and digital marketing, the agency aims to keep clients ahead of the curve in an ever-changing tech world. For more information, visit www.prediqmedia.com.

Source: http://www.pr.com/press-release/590849


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