Pictured above is the Wall of Gratitude at United Way of Tri-County’s new Pearl Street Cupboard Café at Park in Framingham.
The café recently relocated to 10 Pearl Street in Framingham, Mass., where it feeds more than 4,000 families representing more than 17,500 individuals. The café also provides more than 22,500 hot meals on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
“The United Way is an exemplary organization and we’re happy to support its efforts,” said Mark E. Silverman, president and CEO of Mark’s Moving. “We’ve been giving back to the community for nearly 40 years and will continue to help charities serve those in need.”
Food insecurity is a problem within communities throughout Massachusetts. Ten percent of Greater Boston residents alone are at risk of hunger. In addition to supporting the United Way’s food programs, Mark’s Moving is a member of Move for Hunger, a national initiative to stock food pantries in local neighborhoods.
About Mark’s Moving & Storage: Mark’s Moving & Storage has been helping people move since 1979. The company operates more than 150,000 square feet of storage space and more than 25 trucks and trailers. With the simple philosophy that customers must be made 100 percent satisfied, Mark’s Moving & Storage provides a wide range of services including local and long-distance moving, long and short-term storage and commercial relocation. Learn more at www.marksmoving.com.