Caliber Collision Food Drive in Houston Part of Nationwide Goal of...

Caliber Collision Food Drive in Houston Part of Nationwide Goal of 5 Million Meals for Children

HOUSTON, TX (April 19, 2017) – In its ongoing commitment to fight childhood hunger, Caliber Collision is raising the bar with a goal to collect 5 million meals during its 6th Annual Restoration Food Drive, from April 17 to May 19.

Locally in the Houston area, food and cash donations collected by Caliber’s 24 locations will benefit Houston Food Bank.

As the largest collision repair company in the U.S., Caliber is partnering with its network of teammates, customers, business partners, schools and local communities to increase the number of meals collected in 2017 by 60%.

Caliber’s annual Food Drive is a grassroots effort driven by teammates nationwide who challenge each other in friendly competitions while hosting a wide variety of fun activities that engage and encourage their local communities to donate cash and food items.

According to Feeding America, while most kids and parents eagerly look forward to the end of the school year and vacation, nearly 18 million children in the U.S. who depend on school lunches will go hungry during the summer.

“With an army of 10,000 dedicated and passionate teammates across the country, we know we can make a significant impact on childhood hunger,” said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Chief Executive Officer.  “The continuing success of our Food Drive is a tribute to our teammates who are inspired to serve and our customers and partners, who generously support our efforts to restore the rhythm of regular meals during the summer months for kids in need.”

Grimshaw added that Caliber Collision has committed to a corporate matching contribution for local food banks based on the amount of cash donations and food items collected by Caliber teammates in each local community.

Collection centers are set up at each of Caliber’s 25 store locations for food and cash contributions. Donations can also be made online at CaliberDonations.com.

ALVIN

2500 FM 528 Rd.

Alvin, TX 77511

281.331.8600

BAYTOWN

4116 East Fwy.

Baytown, TX 77521

281.421.1349

BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION

601 S. Texas Ave.

Bryan, TX 77803

979.775.1500

CINCO RANCH

19350 FM 1093

Richmond, TX 77407

281.398.0028

CLEAR LAKE

603 Gemini St.

Houston, TX 77058

281.286.1700 

CONROE

1461 I45-N

Conroe, TX 77304

936.494.2881 

COPPERFIELD

5015 Addicks Satsuma

Houston, TX 77084

281.550.4000

CYPRESS

23266 NW Fwy.

Cypress, TX 77429

281.304.5200

GALLERIA

6409 Richmond Ave.

Houston, TX 77057

713.334.0303

GALVESTON

6902 Broadway

Galveston, TX 77554

409.741.9090 

HOUSTON – LIBERTY LAKES

6650 E. Sam Houston Pkwy. N.

Houston, TX 77049

281.458.3313 

HOUSTON – PASADENA

3939 Pansy St.

Pasadena, TX 77505

281.487.0317

HOUSTON – SOUTH LOOP

3575 S. Loop W. Fwy.

Houston, TX 77025

713.838.2886 

HOUSTON – SOUTHWEST FREEWAY

11228 Southwest Fwy.

Houston, TX 77031

281.933.8230

HOUSTON – WILLOWBROOK

16915 Tomball Parkway

Houston, TX 77064

281.469.1136 

KATY

25430 Bell Patna Dr.

Katy, TX 77494

281.347.4100

KINGWOOD

5455 FM 1960 East

Humble, TX 77346

281.812.0679 

MEMORIAL

1517 Silber Rd.

Houston, TX 77055

713.680.2266

ROSENBERG

2131 FM 2218

Rosenberg, TX 77471

832.595.8851 

SPRING

3808 Louetta Rd.

Spring, TX 77388

281.651.1118 

SPRING – ALDINE-WESTFIELD

25636 Aldine-Westfield

Spring, TX 77373

281.350.8200

THE WOODLANDS

25225 Kuykendahl Rd.

The Woodlands, TX 77375

281.351.4433 

TOMBALL

28310 S.H. 249

Tomball, TX 77375

281.516.9497 

HOUSTON – NON-DRIVE NORTH

425 Bammel Rd.

Houston, TX 77073

281.821.0017