via The Herald-Dispatch
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic last March, Facing Hunger Foodbank in Huntington has seen a 60% increase in the need for food support.
Dan Conant, founder and chief executive officer of Huntington-based Solar Holler, said when he was made aware of the increased need his company developed a donation campaign called “Solar For Suppers” to help.
“Through January and February, Solar Holler raised donations of $25 — or 225 meals — through the Facing Hunger Foodbank every time a central Appalachian homeowner or business completed a free solar assessment,” he said. “The response was more than we expected. Many of our customers rose to the challenge, spread the word and kept us busier than normal over the winter.”
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