Local Boxing Club Hosts Food Drive For Operation Food Search Throughout November
11/13/2015

Members, trainers, and others are asked to bring in canned goods to help fight and end hunger in St. Louis.

Online PR News – 13-November-2015 – ST. LOUIS – TITLE Boxing Club of Chesterfield and Rock Hill, Mo. are hosting a food drive for the month of November for local organization Operation Food Search.

In the St. Louis bi-state area alone, one in six individuals suffers from hunger. When individuals from the community suffer, the entire area begins to feel the after-effects. TITLE Boxing members, owners, and trainers are bringing in much-needed donations throughout the month of November in hopes of beating their goal of 5,000 items.

When a family is faced with a financial challenge, members are often forced to make difficult decisions about which bills to pay. A vast majority of the time, buying food is often one of the last priorities for a family. By donating much-needed canned food items and more, Operation Food Search is helping local community members become whole again.

Canned meats are on the high-priority list for Operation Food Search. These items provide a healthier alternative to food choices that may lack in adequate nutrients. When individuals make poor food choices, poor health, chronic diseases, and reduced productivity can often occur. Maintaining a healthy body as well as a healthy diet is something that members and trainers at TITLE Boxing Club know all too well.

“We are so excited to be a part of a movement that helps make our community stronger,” said Heath Norton, owner and operator of TITLE Boxing Club. “We all have a can or two laying around the house. Knowing that you can change someone’s life just by donating that one item is a powerful thing!”

For more information on how TITLE Boxing helps not only individuals but also the local community at large achieve goals, visit them online at www.titleboxingclub.com

For more information on Operation Food Search and how you can take action to heal the hurt of hunger, visit them online at www.operationfoodsearch.com.