Hunger in the Delaware Valley
Here at Leidy’s & Alderfer we take pride in being an active member in our local community. From food drives to fundraisers, we’ve done it all! In the past two years alone we have donated well over 10,000 pounds of pork products to local food banks. Although these contributions help there is still much more work to be done.
The 2010 Hunger in America Study commissioned by Feeding America showed that the Delaware Valley is one of the hardest hit areas nationwide. Each year, more than 900,000 individuals are at risk of food insecurity in the Delaware Valley. Now, more than ever, our neighbors need our help. Help us fight hunger in the Delaware Valley one pound at a time!
How You Can Help! – Our “Pork For People” Campaign
To raise hunger awareness we will be selling “Pork For People” T-Shirts on our website, at product demonstrations and at announced events in the Delaware Valley. For every T-Shirt purchased we will donate a pound or more of pork to the local food bank of your choice. The campaign is designed to release a new t-shirt design with each 1000 pounds of pork that is donated.
To kick off the campaign, we currently have two t-shirts designs --- The Green Shirts will benefit the Philabundance Food Bank (Philadelphia, PA) and blue Shirts will benefit the Keystone Opportunity Center (Souderton, PA). For an update on our progress on our fight to stop hunger in our local communities please visit us on Facebook and Twitter or Join our Mailing List!
Please wear your “Pork for People” t-shirt proudly and encourage your friends and family to help fight hunger in our local community! (Click image below to enlarge.)
T-Shirt Made from 100% Cotton. Purchase your “Pork for People” T-Shirt today! T-Shirts are only $10 (plus $4.95 shipping and handling). Please allow 2-8 business days for delivery.
Prefer not to pay online and save on shipping and handling? We accept payments at our Souderton facility between the hours of 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by mail:
266 W. Cherry Lane
PO Box 64257
Souderton, PA 18964