Help Us Support the Houston Food Bank this November

By Adam P. Newton, November 3, 2014, Charity & Community

Help Up Support the Houston Food Bank this NovemberLater this month, friends and family will gather around tables across our great country to celebrate Thanksgiving. It’s the holiday where we break bread with our loved ones, while showing our appreciation for everything we have. This November, Bounce Energy is taking the spirit of the season one step further by supporting the Houston Food Bank.

This fine organization is dedicated to providing food and assistance to people and families across the Houston metropolitan area who don’t have access to the resources others enjoy. As the largest food bank in America, the Houston Food Bank provides hunger relief to nearly 600 charities throughout 18 counties across Southeast Texas. This includes the distribution of 59 million nutritious meals, food, and other necessities which fed 800,000 people during fiscal year 2013-2014. Topping it off, the Houston Food Bank has the goal to “expand service to the community to 100,000,000 nutritious meals by 2018.”

We are donating $2,500 to assist the efforts of the Houston Food Bank, and we’re giving an additional 50 cents for every new Facebook “Like” and Twitter follower we receive over the course of the month.

The Houston Food Bank always seeks donations, volunteers, and participation from the community, so it’s very easy to get involved. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter for more information and the latest news.

Bounce Energy wants everyone to have an amazing Thanksgiving, and we’re proud to assist the Houston Food Bank in its efforts to bring “food access for all” as it leads in the fight against hunger across our great city.

To learn more about our prior community-building efforts and how we strive to be “more than just an electricity company,” please visit BounceEnergy.com/charity.

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About 

Born and raised in Southeast Texas, Adam P. Newton never acquired the charming accent that most life-long Texans possess in spades, but he’s OK with that. Adam currently creates and curates online content for Direct Energy. Before his career in content marketing, Adam spent several years toiling as a music journalist.

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