SAN MARCOS — AlphaGraphics, a print, graphics and marketing communications provider, recently announced a national food drive campaign. As part of “AlphaGraphics Fights Hunger,” which runs throughout the entire month of July, participating AlphaGraphics locations will collect nonperishable foods for shelters or other organizations in their communities.
“The AlphaGraphics team here in San Marcos is starting in our own neighborhood by collecting nonperishable foods and donating them to a local organization,” said Gary Treiber, owner of the San Marcos AlphaGraphics, located at 100 N. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. “We hope the entire San Marcos community will join us in this cause. It is our responsibility to take care of those in our community and positive efforts can lead to amazing results.”
According to Treiber, food pantries, homeless shelters and other charities needing food typically receive donations during the winter holidays. By June and July, their pantries are low and they need their shelves restocked. That is why the timing of this campaign is the right help at the right time for community organizations in need, Treiber said.
“”We want to help those who are hungry here in our community by collecting nonperishable food items and restocking the shelves at organizations that need it,” Treiber said. “With our devoted and supportive customers, we know we can do it!”
For more information on the “AlphaGraphics Hunger Campaign,” call Gary Treiber at (760) 727-3800.
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