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1st Annual Spring Cleaning Food Drive by Best Home ServicesAre you wondering what to do with all of those extra cans of vegetables, soup, beans, and more that are taking up space in your pantry? Perhaps you are tired of the same old foods staring back at you from the shelf? Join us for “Operation: Refresh Your Pantry!” BHS is partnering once again with iPartnerMedia and our Southwest Florida community to donate non-perishable food items to Midwest Food Bank of Fort Myers.

How To Participate In Our First Annual Spring Cleaning Food Drive

From March 7th to April 30th BHS will serve as a drop-off point for non-perishable food items, all of which will be donated to families within our Southwest Florida community. What’s more, we will match every single donation that is delivered to our drop-off location!

We love our community. It’s important for us to make sure our fellow residents have food on the table and we believe that is best achieved when we all work together. So take some time to go through your cabinets and pantry and start pulling out those extra cans and non-perishable foods that you are willing to donate to a good cause. If you have extra cash and would rather go out and buy these items to donate, that’s okay, too!

When you’re ready to drop off your donation, simply stop by our Naples location at 1455 Rail Head Blvd #1, Naples, FL 34110. If you have any questions, feel free to give BHS a call at 239 284-1472.

Why Are We Doing This?

We’re firm believers that you don’t have to have a purpose for helping others. Simply the desire to do good is enough. Yet we also believe our business should represent the family ideals and ethics that drive it. BHS is and remains a family-owned business with close ties to our community. Being an active and positive presence within our hometowns is important to us and encourage our employees to participate in acts of service and giving. When we hear that 13,000 children in Lee County alone woke up this morning and didn’t have breakfast, our team feels the need to take action. Will you join us?

To learn more about our community involvement, click here.

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