In October, Chargie teamed with Move for Hunger, FPI Management and CORT to give away an electric vehicle to a lucky resident. Residents living in FPI Management properties in California came together to collect canned goods for food insecure communities. For every five cans donated, residents received one entry for a chance to win a Nissan Leaf, donated by Chargie.
Congratulations to Meridian at Stanford Ranch and the property’s giveaway winner for collecting 9,000 pounds of food that were donated to Sacramento Loaves and Fishes.
We’re proud to be part of a team committed to doing good, and a movement that’s bringing EVs to all and creating a more sustainable future.
About Move For Hunger
Move For Hunger is dedicated to fostering community partnerships that will continue to grow organically for years to come. They are committed to changing the way entire industries do business and challenge millions of people to confront the issues of hunger and food waste, providing them with opportunities to take action. Day-by-day, they are fighting to create a more just and sustainable future.
Move For Hunger is partnered with over 1,100 moving companies and 2,000 apartment communities across the US and Canada. They have transported over 31 million pounds of food to food banks providing more than 26 million meals. To learn more about Move For Hunger and their cause, visit: https://moveforhunger.org/