Ontario, CA, December 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- AmGraph the Ontario, California based graphics marketing company has announced their first annual Holiday Food and Funds Drive.
The idea for this campaign came about when Lead Production Designer Justin Manriquez approached AmGraph management asking if he could organize something to help people who are less fortunate and may find themselves hungry this holiday season. AmGraph management loved his proposal and all of employees quickly rallied around the idea.
This is an issue Manriquez is passionate about. “I have stood in line at the soup kitchens, I understand how it feels to be hungry and not know when you are going to eat again.” He added “I am now in a place in life where I have a job and things are more stable but there are many out there who are struggling and I want to help anyway possible”.
The company has built a custom display to hold all of the food donations and it is their hope that they fill the display up numerous times during the course of this campaign. AmGraph Executive V.P. Robert Davis added, “It has always been our vision at AmGraph to give back to our community as we have been blessed with an ability to build a strong business foundation. We realize that many during this season are not as fortunate. AmGraph will always be committed to fighting hunger, disease and supporting causes that build and strengthen our community.”
Amgraph is a full service graphics marketing company with offices in Ontario, CA. and North Hollywood, CA. The AmGraph Holiday Food and Funds Drive will run from December 6 through December 31, 2010. For more information please visit AmGraph.biz. To make a contribution simply stop by one of the AmGraph offices located at 780 S. Milliken Ave, Suite G, Ontario, CA. 91761 or 13407 Saticoy St. North Hollywood, CA. 91603 and drop off any pre-packaged non perishable food item. Cash and check donations are also accepted and appreciated. All donations will help the Corona/Norco Rescue Mission, Circle of Hope Shelter for Families and God’s Kitchen. 100 percent of all donations will be distributed.