Enclosures Supports Belding Food Pantry to Assist Disadvantaged Families in West Michigan

Enclosures Supports Belding Food Pantry to Assist Disadvantaged Families in West Michigan

Robroy Enclosures® has made a substantial contribution to the support of the Belding Food Pantry, housed in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 409 S. Bridge Street, Belding, Michigan.

“We are committed to being good neighbors,” says Craig Mitchell, President of Robroy Enclosures®. The Belding Food Pantry partners with local churches and the Feeding America® non-profit, charitable effort to end hunger. “We are proud to help provide food assistance to disadvantaged families in our area. This initiative reaches and supports at least 50 local families per week.”

A note written on behalf of the St. Joseph – St. Mary Parish of Belding to employees at Robroy Industries® recognizes that “especially at this time” the donation will be helpful in supporting many family units in the community.

Mitchell notes that others wishing to contribute can reach out to Tara Pigorsh at (616) 794-2145 or (616) 894-2905 or pigorsh2@hotmail.com. Non-perishable groceries can be dropped off by the elevator at St. Joseph and perishable goods are accepted in the parish office during regular hours. The pantry will be open every Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.

Robroy Enclosures® supports numerous non-profit charitable organizations and outreach programs that strengthen its local host communities. In 2020, for the 16th year in a row, the “Best And Brightest” program, sponsored by the National Association of Business Resources, has awarded Robroy Enclosures® the honor of being one of West Michigan’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.​​​​​​​

For more information visit robroyenclosures.com.

August 26, 2020
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