Even in the midst of a struggling economy, so many local businesses and organizations are still finding ways to give back to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. They are doing whatever they can to help us feed our neighbors in need during this difficult time.
We hope you’ll show them your appreciation by supporting them.
VARIOUS LOCAL FINE LIQUOR RETAILERS
When you order online with the following local fine liquor retailers, they’ll donate up to $10 to the RI Community Food Bank. See below for the list and dates of participating retailers.
11/21 – 11/31
Wines & More of RI – Cranston
12/1 – 12/7
Douglas Wine – N Providence
Atwood Wine – Cranston
Delta Wine – N Providence
Mendon Wine – Cumberland
Island Wine – Newport
12/8 – 12/14
Knights Liquor Warehouse – Johnston
Peoples Liquor Warehouse – Warwick
North Smithfield Liquor Warehouse – N Smithfield
Hopkinton Liquor Depot – Ashaway
12/15 – 12/21
Wines & More of RI – Cranston
REGAN HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
It’s going to be a cold winter, and its high efficiency heating sale time at Regan One Hour, where you can trust your comfort to a local family owned business serving Rhode Island and Massachusetts for generations
From 11/19 to 12/20 Regan will donate 10% of the proceeds of any equipment sale to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to help feed the hungry this holiday season.
Call Regan One Hour today for your free in home estimate at (401) 461 8100 or visit Reganhvac.com
THE PAPER STORE LOCATIONS
From November 16th-29th when you shop at the following Paper Store Locations, we will receive a portion of your purchase:
Purchasing their Limited Edition Gift of Giving Ornament for $3.99 benefits The RI Community Food Bank AND you receive a special discount of 20% OFF your entire purchase. Click here to find the location nearest to you.
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Thanksgiving Apparel Campaign. Providence College Athletics is excited to run an exclusive Thanksgiving apparel campaign that is perfect for Friar Fans of all ages! Proceeds from the campaign will benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
Act fast! This 1-week sale ends on Thursday, November 12 and features a Friar tee-shirt, long sleeve, crewneck sweatshirt, hooded sweatshirt, and is available in both adult unisex and youth sizes. Click here to visit the online store.
NEWPORT LAMP AND SHADE
To celebrate their new location and help support the RI Community Food Bank, Newport Lamp and Shade Company is offering 10% off in-stock table top accessories and donating 10% of proceeds to the Food Bank.
Click here to view their website, or to shop online.
Iggy’s Warwick and Narragansett clam shacks are collecting food donations for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
And when you donate, you receive a FREE half dozen clam cakes or doughboys.
Iggy’s is collecting peanut butter, whole wheat pasta, tuna fish, canned soup and canned fruits & vegetables. Items must be sealed and not past their expiration date.
Help your neighbors in need and enjoy a delicious Rhode Island tradition. Click here to find your way to Iggy’s.
Check out the unique handmade goods from Fuzzy Goods and support the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
At fuzzygoods.com you’ll find wonderful gifts for yourself and for others and 100% of profits go to the Food Bank.
Get started on a fun, fuzzy adventure that helps feed our neighbors in need.
PMC Lighting, a lighting manufacturer located in Rhode Island, introduces a new line of products with the commitment to give back.
Jera, meaning “Commitment to Earth”, combines innovative design and superior performance, with a focus on the community.
A portion of all proceeds from Jera will be donated back to the Food Bank.
Click here to learn how you can help.
Purchase a Galaxy Glass and 50% of proceeds benefit one of four local non-profits, including the Food Bank.
Click here to get yours.
When you buy a Rhody Raccoon Flatten the Curve t-shirt, 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank.
Click here to shop.
FOOD FOR THE FRONT
Food For the Front enables us all to contribute to the COVID-19 fight. Support a local restaurants with a gift card to support frontline workers, including the RI Community Food Bank.
Click here to help reduce both the public health and economic impacts of this crisis.