ION Solar Donates over 300,000 Meals to Feeding America
PROVO, UT — MAY 2020 — ION Solar donates over 300,000 meals to Feeding America to help with the current economic crisis. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, ION Solar employees and customers quickly came together to commit to giving back to the community and helping those in need. For every customer who purchased a solar system in April, ION donated meals to Feeding America. “We want to thank every customer for their commitment to their community and to making the earth a cleaner place for future generations by choosing to go solar for their energy needs,” Said Jeremy Call, President of Sales for ION Solar. “We aim to make giving back an imperative part of our company culture and we wanted to help our customers’ decision to go solar make an even bigger impact to our communities by donating meals to those in need during this time of uncertainty.”
Feeding America’s goal is to provide meals and other aid to the 40 million+ people in America that are struggling with hunger. ION Solar’s goal is to foster meaningful change in communities by empowering families, organizations and individuals. They are doing this by providing many families and individuals with access to meals during this world-wide pandemic.
About ION Solar
ION Solar is a premium, full-service solar provider. ION offers affordable solar solutions that give customers the benefits of solar with little or no up-front costs. ION’s professionals handle the solar process from start to finish giving homeowners a carefree switch to solar. Learn more at www.ionsolar.com
About Feeding America
Feeding America is a United States based nonprofit organization that is a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks that feed more than 46 million people through food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other community-based agencies. They are the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization and provide over 4.3 billion meals annually, helping 1 in 7 Americans facing hunger live more secure and stable lives.