NASHVILLE, Dec. 9, 2016–Today, with the financial sponsorship of M&W Transportation, Second Harvest will run a food bank out of First Baptist Shelbyville Church. The food bank will be managed by members of the First Baptist Shelbyville congregation. The doors will open at 9:00am. Turnout is expected to be high as the Shelbyville community bands together to help those less fortunate.
At M&W, giving back to the local community is extremely important. M&W partners with organizations like Second Harvest frequently, providing support in whatever capacity they can. They believe that this is especially crucial during the Christmas season.
“We take any and every opportunity to partner with our friends Second Harvest for events like this one!” said Zack Pugh, M&W Transportation’s Director of Communication. “We’ve had a great year, so as 2016 comes to a close, we want to do everything that we can to spread the love this Christmas season.”
About M&W Transportation:
M&W is a family owned third party logistics provider operating right here in Nashville, Tennessee. From humble beginnings, M&W has grown to operate more than 90 power units, 300 trailers, and 400,000 square feet of warehouse space. Guided by Christian values, M&W strives to provide dependable, cost-efficient logistical solutions to their clients while maintaining high standards of safety and professionalism.
About Second Harvest:
Founded in 2001, Second Harvest has become one of America’s biggest, and most effective food banks. They strive to create a sustainable nutritional support system for those in need. Their mission is to empower the disadvantaged with the meals they needs every day.