(OKLAHOMA CITY) – Aug. 15, 2016– Freddy’s Frozen Custard in Moore is hosting its annual car show on Saturday, Aug. 20 to benefit the Moore Food & Resource Center, an affiliate of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. For every dollar donated, customers will receive Freddy’s money, which can be used at the store. The event, which runs from 3 to 9 p.m., features a car show and lots of other fun activities.
Freddy’s in Moore is located at 1525 S. Service Rd. For more information about the event call 405-790-0114.
On in six Oklahomans has inconsistent access to food. The Food Moore Food & Resource Center provides increased access to food for residents struggling with hunger in Moore and south Oklahoma City. The Food & Resource Center has extended hours and days of operation and features client-choice shopping, which is similar to a supermarket. Client-choice shopping features fresh produce, non-perishable items, refrigerated items and frozen food.
“We are grateful for the generosity of Freddy’s Frozen Custard and their customers,” said Tyler Geohagan, director of the Moore Food & Resource Center. “It’s because of support from the community that we are able to continue to feed the hungry in Moore and south Oklahoma City.”
For more information about the Moore Food & Resource Center, or to volunteer, call 405.600.3188 or visit https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/moorefrc.
The majority of those served by the Regional Food Bank are the working poor, seniors living on fixed incomes, and children living in poverty. Together, we can solve childhood hunger. Every donation to Food for Kids between now and September 30 will be matched, up to $150,000, thanks to the generosity of the Masonic Fraternity of Oklahoma, Top of the World, David Gorham and two anonymous families. To make a donation, visit foodforkids.us or call 405-600-3136. For more information, visit regionalfoodbank.org.
About the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is the state’s largest private, domestic hunger-relief organization and a member of Feeding America’s network of Food Banks. The nonprofit provides enough food to feed more than 116,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through a network of more than 1,200 schools and charitable feeding programs in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties. Since its inception in 1980, the Regional Food Bank has distributed more than 644 million pounds of food to feed Oklahoma’s hungry. For more information, visit http://www.regionalfoodbank.org; find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/regionalfoodbank or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/rfbo.