Our Food Drive

Our Food Drive

Catons is proud to host the annual Giving Thanks Food Drive to give back to our local community. Customers can donate 2 non-perishable items to receive $75 off any plumbing or drain service*. Donations can be either human or pet food and we’ll make sure they get to the local food bank or neighborhood pet shelter in time for the holidays.
*Plumbing and drain service only. Offer cannot be combined with other discounts

Food Insecurity in the U.S.

Food insecurity is defined as a lack of consistent access to enough food for every person in a household to live a healthy life. According to the USDA, more than 34 million people, including 9 million children experience food insecurity in the United States.

Keep Shelves Stocked

Food banks and pantries across the country are dedicated to feeding families in their local communities. Many of these organizations rely on donations from community members to help keep the shelves stocked to help provide for those in need.

Raise Awareness

Those who are financially sound can easily underestimate hunger in the nation and their own communities. Organizing a food drive, even once a year is a great opportunity to bring awareness to the problem and help in building up your local food bank’s inventory.

Best Donation Items

Local food banks are open to all donations but, if possible, food items with nutritional density are the best option. In many cases, the most affordable options for those with food insecurities, aren’t the healthiest and don’t provide the nutrition necessary to stay full and physically well. Here are some of the best items that you can donate to help.

  • Canned fruits, vegetables, or beans
  • Canned tuna, salmon, or chicken
  • Canned soup, stew, broth, or pasta sauce
  • Packaged foods such as seeds, nuts, oats, granola, rice, quinoa, beans, or pasta
  • Plastic jar foods including nut/seed butters, jelly, or cooking oil
  • Personal Hygiene Products
  • Pet Food