Coldwell Solar Brings Holiday Cheer with Food Drive for Tulare County’s FoodLink

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Events to be held county-wide to feed the hungry during the holidays

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Coldwell Solar, the leading agricultural solar company in California, announced its sponsorship of the 2017 FoodLink Community Food Drive. The drive supports efforts to collect food on six different days in November.

“The Visalia Times-Delta reported that there are 65,000 people in Tulare County who don’t know where their next meal will come from,” said Sean Hood, President of Coldwell Solar. “These are our neighbors and we consider it a privilege to help.”

Each year the drive collects approximately 50,000 pounds of food that FoodLink in turn delivers to hungry Tulare County families.

Collections will be held from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm on November 19, 20, and 21 at the SaveMart in the Key West Shopping Center, 5201 W Goshen Ave, Visalia. In addition to collecting food, co-sponsor Momentum Broadcasting will provide entertainment and live broadcasts by radio stations MY 97.5, 99.7 K100 Classic Rock, HITZ 104.9, and 106.7 KJUG Country.

In addition to sponsoring the food drive, Coldwell Solar employees will be collecting food at the company’s Tulare office (4500 S. Laspina St. #224) and delivering it to the event on November 21st.

FoodLink of Tulare County is dedicated to bringing food and nutritional equity to all residents of Tulare County. The agency distributes millions of healthy meals every year, and is on the forefront of new approaches to ending hunger and poverty through nutrition education and food system change.

About Coldwell Solar

Founded in 1986, Coldwell Solar (http://www.coldwellsolar.com) is a family owned company with more than 100 years of combined construction and solar development experience. As the leader in solar energy for agriculture, Coldwell works with farmers and growers to install solar energy for dairies, orchards, vineyards and agricultural processors. Coldwell Solar stands for superior workmanship, professionalism and integrity, providing the highest energy output and financial savings for its customers. In addition to agriculture, Coldwell works with public and private entities to build, operate and maintain grid-scale solar energy systems. For more information on Coldwell Solar, please visit http://www.coldwellsolar.com.

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