Caliber Collision, the nation’s largest collision repair company whose slogan reads "Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life," has launched its fourth annual Rhythm Restoration Food Drive to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Beginning yesterday and running through Friday, June 26, the public can donate non-perishable food items or cash donations to several different locations throughout Los Angeles County.
According to the announcement, the local Caliber Collision locations are part of a company-wide national food drive that last year provided more than one million meals for children in need of food. The annual event is a volunteer effort made by Caliber teammates who are determined to break last year’s record with a nationwide goal of two million meals this year for at-risk children and their families.
"For too many children, no school means no lunch," said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision’s CEO, in an earlier press statement. "Local food banks need extra help during the summer to ensure that those in need don’t go hungry. We are committed to doubling our efforts this year to restore the rhythm of regular meals to children in each of the communities that Caliber serves."
In addition to food items, the company has committed to a corporate matching contribution for local food banks based on the amount collected by teammates locally.
Locals can drop off their donations to 3399 East Willow Street. If you’re not local to Long Beach, find a Caliber Collision center near you by clicking here.