Surf Thru Express Car Wash Hosts “Wash Away Hunger” Food Drive, Offers Free Car Washes with Donation
Fresno, CA – Surf Thru Express Car Wash is hosting a food drive on November 22nd and 23rd, to support The Community Food Bank. During the Wash Away Hunger event, customers who donate canned or nonperishable food items will receive a complimentary car wash. All six Central Valley locations will be accepting donations from 7 am to 7 pm:
4140 N. First Street (1st & Ashlan)
701 E. Nees Ave. (1st & Nees)
1421 Herndon Ave. (Sunnyside & Herndon)
596 W. Shaw (Shaw & Helm)
Visalia: 1208 South Mooney Blvd. (Mooney & Tulare)
Tulare: 1414 E. Prosperity Ave. (Prosperity & Bardalino)
In the Central Valley, more than 530,000 live in poverty and face hunger. Community donations provide healthy food and turn hunger into hope for children, hardworking parents, struggling seniors, and other neighbors in need. The Community Food Bank’s most needed list includes peanut butter, cereal, granola bars, canned tomato products, canned meat, canned soup, canned vegetables, canned fruit, rice, pasta and beans. No glass containers and no pre-opened items.
Surf Thru Express Car Wash is a high-end, express car wash featuring the best available products, equipment and washing supplies. They are a WaterSavers car wash member and an industry leader in recycling and reclaiming water. More information is available at www.surfthruexpress.com.
About Community Food Bank
Community Food Bank is the region’s largest community-based, non-profit agency dedicated solely to ending hunger in the Central Valley. Community Food Bank has experienced tremendous growth since its beginning in 1992, and now serves at the center of a vast network of more than 200 non-profit agencies, including schools, churches, community kitchens and more, throughout Fresno, Madera, Kings, Kern and Tulare Counties. Community Food Bank operates several food distribution and outreach programs, which combined, distribute more than 38 million pounds of food to families in need each year and serve more than 280,000 people monthly – of whom 90,000 are children.