Halls & Company Raises Money For Local Food Shelves

Halls & Company's Zach Zinder helps unload the supplier's food donation to North-Suburban Emergency Assistance Response.

Halls & Company's Zach Zinder helps unload the supplier's food donation to North-Suburban Emergency Assistance Response.

Halls & Company (PPAI 111778), manufacturer of ID Line, raised a total of $4,130 for local Minneapolis food shelves. While donations were given to three different food shelves, most went to the North-Suburban Emergency Assistance Response (NEAR) located in Crystal, Minnesota.

“We feel it is important to give back to our local community,” says Janet Adams, president and CEO of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota-based Halls & Company. “Through our donations to these local food shelves, we’re able to make a meaningful impact on the lives of the people in our community.”

Zach Kinder, shipper at Halls & Company adds, “It is great to be able to see our efforts really help others.”

A non-profit volunteer organization, NEAR responds to the emergency needs of people in the community. Through a cooperative effort of twelve area churches, volunteers provide emergency food relief to residents of northern Robbinsdale, Crystal and New Hope who live between 42nd and 62nd Avenues North. NEAR hands out about 4,100 pounds of food a day.

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