A team of 5 from different divisions in the company will meet at the Houston Food Bank on May 1st to help sort, package, and clean food for local distribution and help with generally anything that is requested by the coordinators.

 

Houston, TX – [April 20, 2015] – Edible Software will be answering the call from The Specialty Food Foundation (www.specialtyfoodfoundation.org) to volunteer during Embrace Hunger Relief week, April 27-May 1. A team of 5 from different divisions in the company will meet at the Houston Food Bank on May 1st to help sort, package, and clean food for local distribution and help with generally anything that is requested by the coordinators.

“We should all look for time in our lives to volunteer for our communities through social programs we believe in,” says Trevor Morris, CEO at Edible Software. “Some of us choose different organizations to support, and I am thrilled that I had no trouble receiving volunteers to help out at the Houston Food Bank.” Last year, a team from Edible Software was able to volunteer and we all learned a great deal about how food bank distribution works, and the people impacted by the service.

The Specialty Food Foundation called for companies within the Specialty Food Association to volunteer at various events around the country. Various cities have food bank volunteer groups open and you can view the week’s schedule online. Those who wish to support the Specialty Food Foundation can also donate online at www.specialtyfoodfoundation.org.

About the Specialty Food Foundation

The Specialty Food Foundation develops and supports tangible and lasting solutions to hunger and food recovery, amplifying the innovation and passion of the specialty food industry. They are a community of social entrepreneurs breaking the hunger cycle and enriching Life.

The Specialty Food Association is creating a Specialty Food Foundation to support the Association’s strategic initiative to become Citizens of the World and make a difference. Through social entrepreneurism and the passionate examples set forth by Association members, Specialty Food Foundation will work to reduce hunger and increase food recovery efforts via grant making, education and industry events. Unveiled to the public around the Summer Fancy Food Show 2014, the Foundation is scheduled to make its first round of grants in December 2014.

About the Houston Food Bank

In fall 2008, the Houston Food Bank merged with End Hunger Network, a Houston-area food rescue organization, thus making more effective use of community resources by working together as one.

In fiscal year 2013-2014, HFB distributed 59 million nutritious meals, food, and other necessities.

The vision for the future is to expand service to the community to 100,000,000 nutritious meals by 2018.

About Edible Software

Edible Software provides an inventory control, traceability, and full accounting system. We are proud of the accuracy and reliability of our software and the many benefits that it has provided to our clients. We cherish the close relationships that we have built with our clients and the care that our staff displays towards each of them. Our goal is to be the best wholesale food distribution software company in terms of service, support, and product quality.

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