Warwick, RI (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Brave River Solutions (BRS) is working with the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to support the community during this holiday season. The Warwick-based IT and web services company will be hosting a food drive from November 1-22, 2013.
This year marks the 5th annual BRS food drive, in which Brave River’s employees, along with the assistance of other organizations in Warwick’s Centerville Commons office park, will work to help the food bank collect non-perishable food items for Rhode Islanders in need. Donations will be collected at Brave River’s office at 875 Centerville Road in Warwick, RI. Donations may be dropped off in the labeled boxes located in the building lobby.
“In previous years, we’ve been able to collect over 200 lbs. of non-perishable food items to support the Rhode Island Community Food Bank in their Holiday Meal Drive. This year, we’re looking to continue the tradition of providing assistance to Rhode Islanders in need,” said Brave River’s President, Ernie Gaines.
Brave River Solutions has been involved with community initiatives since its inception in 2000, striving to take an active role in the local Rhode Island community. It is the organization’s belief that it is increasingly important to ensure that a sense of social responsibility be at the foundation of any company.
ABOUT BRAVE RIVER SOLUTIONS:
Located in Warwick, RI, Brave River Solutions is a leading provider of technology solutions, including website design and IT support, to businesses in the Providence and Boston areas. With over 12 years of industry experience and unique end-to-end service capabilities, the experts at Brave River partner with their clients to create solutions that enhance productivity and efficiency, and improve ROI through state-of-the-art technology. To learn more about Brave River’s technology services, please visit http://www.braveriver.com.
ABOUT THE RHODE ISLAND COMMUNITY FOOD BANK:
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank provides food to people in need and promotes long-term solutions to the problem of hunger. The Food Bank works with Rhode Islanders to ensure they have access to the nutritious food they need. Since 1982, the organization has solicited, stored and distributed surplus products to qualified member agency programs that provide food to hungry Rhode Islanders. To learn more, please visit http://www.rifoodbank.org.