Sunny Energy, one of Arizona’s largest providers of residential solar energy systems, is once again proud to join the fight against hunger through its partnership with Mom’s Pantry in Phoenix. From Nov. 1- Nov. 15, items including canned goods, boxed food and hygiene products can be dropped off at Sunny Energy’s headquarters located at 2720 S. Hardy Drive, Suite 4 in Tempe. A donation will be made in the name of any customer that schedules an appointment during those 15 days. If an individual makes a donation, drops off items and schedules an appointment, Sunny Energy will double the amount of donations in their name.
“Our goal this year is to match up to $10,000 that we receive from staff, the general public, existing clients as well as potential new customers,” said Chris Wood, director of business development at Sunny Energy. For more information, call (480) 257-3283 or visit www.sunnyenergy.solar.
Mom’s Pantry was built on the bedrock of a single goal – that no man, woman or child go hungry. Mom’s Pantry was created because there is a significant community need to help families with their struggle against hunger. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Mom’s Pantry aims to serve the community and distribute resources that will provide essential nutrition to adults and children. Learn more at www.momspantryphoenix.org