Tallahassee, FL – Impact Food Group is excited to announce a partnership with a local non-profit, Tallahassee ReFREEgerator. Impact Food’s fresh food kiosks will donate unpurchased items to this organization to continue to help serve those in need in the Tallahassee community.
Sha’Ron James, Founder, and CEO of Impact Foods said, “Impact Foods is honored to partner with Mrs. Tonya Williams and the Tallahassee ReFREEgerator project to address food insecurity and hunger on the Southside. Impact Foods’ food donations only add to the tireless work the Tallahassee ReFREEgerator is doing every day to put food on tables in our community.”
Tallahassee ReFREEgerator was started by Tonya Williams, a full-time state employee. Her goal is to help fight hunger locally by providing free food to those who need it. “There are times when money doesn’t align to your necessities. Sometimes for kids in the area, the only meal they ever eat would be at school. My purpose to create this was to help those who do not know where their next meal is coming from.” The fridge is located outside Faith Deliverance House of Prayer at 1139 Kissimmee Street.
Tallahassee ReFREEgerator’s partnership will strengthen Impact Food’s mission to provide fresh and healthy meals in their food kiosks to those in need in Tallahassee. If you would like to purchase items or see what’s in stock at a location near you, you can find all nine fresh food kiosk locations here: https://www.impactfoodgroup.com/locations/
Anyone wishing to donate to keep the “ReFREEgerator” stocked, can contact Impact Foods or email Tonya Williams at email@example.com.
About Impact Food Group
Impact Food Services Group, LLC (Impact Foods) is a social impact start-up company based in Tallahassee, Florida, which places and operates self-service micro groceries and smart cafés in locations across the city to promote access to healthier food options.
In addition to providing access to healthy food through the kiosks’ placement, Impact Foods has a long-term mission to address food insecurity in the city’s food deserts, increase access and lower the costs of healthy food options.