Libman has been a long-time supporter of Eastern Illinois Foodbank and we’re continually impressed with their ongoing commitment to our mission" --Kristen Bosch, VP of development and community partnerships at the Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Arcola, Ill. (PRWEB) December 16, 2015
The Libman Company has donated more than 500 of its dish wands to the Eastern Illinois Food Bank, a Springfield-based regional, non-profit food distributor serving 150 agencies in 21 counties in central Illinois. The Eastern Illinois Foodbank collects food from manufacturers, grocery stores, individuals and others to efficiently distribute food resources to food pantries, soup kitchens, and residential programs. It distributes more than 9 million pounds of food annually.
“Libman has been a long-time supporter of Eastern Illinois Foodbank and we’re continually impressed with their ongoing commitment to our mission,” said Kristen Bosch, VP of development and community partnerships. “Libman’s donations directly impact our clients by offering merchandise they might not be able to afford in stores, allowing them to access great products while also letting them focus their limited budgets on needed food for their families. We thank Libman for their generosity.”
About The Libman Company
The Libman Company is a family-owned company that has been making quality cleaning tools since 1896. The company manufactures products from brooms and mops to more specialized tools for kitchen and bathroom cleaning and industrial uses. Libman proudly manufactures most of their products in the United States, including the company’s well-known Wonder® Mop. For more information about the Libman Company, please visit http://www.libman.com.
About the Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Eastern Illinois Foodbank works to alleviate hunger in eastern Illinois through cooperation with a network of food pantries, agencies and other programs like the Foodmobile Program. The Foodbank distributes donated and discounted food throughout a 14-county service area in cooperation with 220 member agencies and programs. Through these agencies, the Foodbank provides food to more than 100,000 different men, women and children each year. The Eastern Illinois Foodbank is a member of Feeding America (formerly America’s Second Harvest), Feeding Illinois, the United Way of Coles County, and the United Way of Champaign County.