TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Second harvest of the big bend, received a check that could provide up to 4,000 meals for people facing food insecurities.
On Friday, Awards4U presented a check for $1,000 to the nonprofit that is helping ensure no one in the Big Bend area goes hungry.
Awards4U is printing custom signs for workers on the front-line of the coronavirus pandemic, and placing them near hospitals.
Sam Varn, the owner of Awards4U, wants the community to know that his business keeps it's promises.
They have gone through their first batch of 100 signs and are working to print more.
The custom-made signs are $25, and $15 of that goes directly to Second Harvest of the Big Bend.