We found such phenomenal success using the Internet to raise money for St. Mary’s Food Bank through our virtual food drive last year, it seemed only natural to use the reach of the World WideWeb once again to help feed hungry people.
Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
AAM LLC, a community management firm that does business in Arizona, New Mexico and Florida, is turning to the Internet for a second time to raise money for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance in Phoenix.
During the month of February, AAM will donate $1 for each new “like” it receives on its AAM Edge Facebook page, up to $5,000 total. AAM Edge (http://www.aamedge.com) is an online community that provides a comprehensive go-to place for people to find, share and save on the best local deals from the largest number of sources.
“We love our communities, but we hate hunger,” said AAM President Amanda Shaw. “We found such phenomenal success using the Internet to raise money for St. Mary’s Food Bank through our virtual food drive last year, it seemed only natural to use the reach of the World Wide Web once again to help feed hungry people.”
Last fall, AAM broke a St. Mary’s Food Bank record by using the Internet to raise $23,278 in donations through a virtual food drive. A virtual food drive is where people make online donations with the idea of purchasing individual items for the food bank.
AAM officials were shooting to collect $6,000 in cash donations – the equivalent of 42,000 meals – but actually wound up with much more. According to St. Mary’s officials, every $1 provides seven meals to those in need.
“This is such a fantastic cause and such an easy way to make a difference,” said Shaw. “We’re encouraging everyone to share with their friends, family and co-workers to help spread the word about this campaign.”
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