Enterprise Donates to Florida Food Bank

Logo courtesy of Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Logo courtesy of Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has donated $23,000 to the Harry Chapin Food Bank to address food insecurity in Southwest Florida, according to a report by the Cape Coral Daily Breeze.

The donation is part of Enterprise’s Fill Your Tank program to celebrate Enterprise Rent-A-Car's 60th anniversary.

The Fill Your Tank program is hoping to provide $60 million over six years to fight hunger, says the report. Enterprise also supports the program with hunger awareness and local engagement campaigns.

The Harry Chapin Food Bank is an affiliate of Feeding America. The food bank provides food to those in need through a network of more than 150 nonprofit agencies in Southwestern Florida counties, which provides food to about 28,000 people a week, according to the report.

Click here for the full Cape Coral Daily Breeze report.

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