Submitted by Grasshopper Energy
Grasshopper Energy is pleased to announce that it is organizing a local food drive on October 16, 2020. The food drive will take place at Hope’s “More Than A Grocery Store” Clover Farm in Novar (18 Peter Street) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and donations will be made to the Huntsville Salvation Army Food Bank. Located in the heart of Novar, Hope’s Clover Farm is a popular spot for community members to shop local.
The event is being held to honour the passing of Lional Vaughn Hope, who contributed significantly to the community and a Grasshopper Energy solar panel project in the Huntsville region.
To express its unwavering appreciation, the sustainable energy developer is also making a cash donation of $2,500 to the local food bank in the names of Lional Vaughn Hope and his wife, Marcia Hope.
“We are proud to be able to give back to a community that has done so much for us,” said Grace Russell, project development director at Grasshopper Energy. “The Hope family is a prime example of what it takes to cultivate positive change.”
The public is encouraged to contribute to the drive-by event by dropping off non-perishable food items to Hope’s Clover Farm. For more information on Hope’s “More Than A Grocery Store” Clover Farm, click here.
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