TROY, MI — A Troy-based auto group is teaming up with a local community food bank to help feed Southeast Michigan residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Suburban Collection in Troy has announced the launch of “Drive Away Hunger,” a fundraising campaign aiming to raise 1 million meals for Gleaners Community Food Bank by the end of 2020.
“For decades Gleaners has been an unwavering lifeline for those facing hunger and continues to rise to the occasion now, when they are needed more than ever,” The Suburban Collection President and CEO David Fischer Jr. said. “Across The Suburban Collection, our team members are enthusiastic and determined to meet the one million meal goal in support of Gleaners’ work for our community.”
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Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, 1 in 5 people in Southeast Michigan struggled with hunger, according