Les Schwab Tire Centers match donations
Will match donations to Montana Food Bank Network during Pump the Brakes on Child Hunger Fundraiser
News from Les Schwab Tire Centers
MONTANA — Les Schwab Tires Centers at any Montana location will accept monetary donations in all stores, or from the fundraiser QR code, through Saturday, Aug. 19. Les Schwab Tire Centers will also match donations up to $15,000.
“Les Schwab is proud to invest time and resources into events and organizations that promote responsibility, hard work and serving the community - values our company believes in. We are happy to have the opportunity to partner with Montana Food Bank Network to help pump the brakes on child hunger in Montana.” Jeff Lowry, Les Schwab Tire Centers Area Manager, stated.
“Montana Food Bank Network is grateful for the support and partnership of Les Schwab Tire Centers over the years and this promotion will have a positive impact for child hunger relief across the state,” Chief Development Officer Bill Mathews said. “One in eight children in Montana are food insecure and raising awareness for child hunger is so important.”
About Les Schwab
Les Schwab Tire Centers (www.lesschwab.com) is one of the leading independent tire dealers in the United States, with more than 8,000 employees and 500 locations across Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Alaska. In every market, Les Schwab takes pride in doing the right thing − staying focused on providing superior value and building customers for life. The first Les Schwab stores were opened in small towns and rural communities with one guiding principle: provide our neighbors with high-quality products and unparalleled customer service. This single-minded focus on service continues today.
Montana Food Bank Network (MFBN) is Montana’s only statewide food bank and member of Feeding America. MFBN distributes food to over 340 partners that include community food banks, pantries, senior centers, shelters, and schools to end hunger in Montana. MFBN’s hunger relief programs include BackPack, Mail-a-Meal, Hunters Against Hunger, Retail Food Rescue, and SNAP outreach. MFBN advocates for long-term policy solutions to strengthen public nutrition programs and address the root causes of hunger. For more information, visit mfbn.org.