Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 19, 2012
Metro Denver, Northern Colorado, Wyoming, and around 400,000 neighbors struggle to provide food for their families, so the Food Bank of the Rockies helps those less fortunate through donations and volunteer programs. With the feeling of thanks in mind this month, public records customer service company MyInfoBill.com donates to the charity to help local hunger victims.
On the Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR) website, the organization shares that one in seven Coloradans worry where their next meal will come from, whether it's due to low wages, seniors with fixed incomes, those with families, or those with health issues.
Since 1978, FBR has provided around 472 million points of food (369 million meals) to their member agencies with help from their 112 member staff and over 10,000 volunteers. MyInfoBill.com appreciates that FBR is the largest private hunger-relief organization in Colorado able distribute food help to these people.
With 96 cents of ever dollar donated towards food distribution (and only 4 cents to staff), MyInfoBill.com found it appropriate to thank FBR for their contributions to the area and donate to the cause.
MyInfoBill.com asks Denver residents and their customers to donate to the Food Bank of the Rockies this Thanksgiving too or to a local food bank charity of their choice. Together we can help stop local hunger, one dollar at a time.
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