GPSC Supply a Helping Hand for Flood Victims
May 10, 2014
In response to the local flooding that impacted Escambia County, Farm Share and State Representative and FSU 1999 National Championship long snapper, Clay Ingram hosted a free food distribution event on Saturday, at Ransom Middle School, in Cantonment.
The Greater Pensacola Seminole Club (GPSC) along with hundreds of other volunteers hit the ground running in preparing a 40 foot tractor trailer load of fruit, vegetables, bread, pasta, water, diapers and dairy products, for hundreds of families affected by the massive flooding seen earlier this month. Club Vice President, Steve Preisser said “It looked like a kicked ant bed out here today, Boy Scout troops, softball teams, and other generous volunteers, were scattered everywhere, working tirelessly to set-up, distribute, and clean-up for today’s event, it was extremely successful”.
Farm Share is a nonprofit organization working to alleviate hunger and malnutrition by recovering fresh, nutritious food and distributing it to those who need it across Florida.
MayThe GPSC would like to thank Farm Share, Representative Clay Ingram and Sarah Schmuck for arranging this effort, we would love to come back if needed.
From left to right; Travis Miller, Adam Preisser, Brianna Poff, George Maiberger, Jimmy Vann, Clay Ingram, Steve and Tracey Preisser, Sarah Schmuck