Creating a cause marketing campaign is a simple and effective way to support the Food Bank. You can collect funds from your customers and staff, provide critical support for our hunger relief efforts, and promote your business. The Food Bank works closely with partners to provide campaign collateral and marketing support for cause marketing campaigns.
There are many ways to engage your customers and the community in the fight to end hunger. Here are some examples of successful partnerships:
- Dunkin’ Donuts locations sold icons in-store for $1 each and raised more than $106,000 in a month.
- Breadsmith of Lakewood donates nearly $8,000 a year through change collections at their register.
- Dewey’s Pizza made a $5,000 donation after contributing $5 per large pizza sold for a week at 3 locations.
- H. Jack's Plumbing & Heating Co. donated a portion of proceeds and inspired other local companies to join their campaign, raising over $40,000 to fight hunger.
Stop by one of partners to support the Food Bank!
Check Out Hunger at Giant Eagle
Stop by Giant Eagle or GetGo to donate $1, $5 or $10 to your local food bank!
Pink the Rink: February 14
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Rink at Wade Oval for Pink the Rink! February 14th open skate from 11am – 7pm. All proceeds from that day will go to Harvest for Hunger. Limited tickets available at www.universitycircle.org/rink.
Turn your Amazon.com shopping into donations for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank! Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank when you select us from the list of non-profits to benefit from your purchases. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know! Support us by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com.
Lucky’s Café Buckslip Campaign
Lucky’s Café is teaming up with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to support the Food Bank’s hunger relief efforts in our community. Customers are encouraged to make a donation to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank directly on their bill. Custom slips will be included with the bill where customers can donate $1, $5, or $10 to the Food Bank.
Pierre’s Ice Cream: Hero Pints
Pierre’s Ice Cream Company has created a special line of ice cream pints in recognition of all heroes – everyone who has adapted, struggled, sacrificed and persevered during this challenging time – and to raise money for local food banks. The three new pint-sized flavors are available at the following stores: Apples, Buehler’s, Dave’s Markets, Discount Drug Mart, D’Onofrio’s Food Center, Family Foods, Giant Eagle, Heinen’s, IGA on Sentinal Square, Oberlin IGA, Rego’s Strongsville, Sanders Market, Sapell’s Bi-Rite, Schild’s IGA, and Zagara’s Marketplace.
Breadsmith of Lakewood customers can donate their change at the register to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Stop in, grab a delicious baked good, and donate!
Cleveland Cavaliers Face Coverings
Share your Cavs pride, not your germs, with this 3-pack of wine & gold face coverings! The Cleveland Cavaliers and the NBA are teaming up to provide support for ongoing Coronavirus relief efforts. All proceeds from the sale of this item will be donated to the Cleveland Food Bank. Each pack purchased provides 40 healthy meals for your neighbors in need.
The Cheesecake Factory: Now – July 29, 2021
For every slice of Chocolate Caramelicious Cheesecake Made with Snickers sold now until July 29, 2021, The Cheesecake Factory will donate a portion to Feeding America.
Pampered Chef Round Up From the Heart: September 1, 2020 –August 31, 2021
Each year, Pampered Chef introduces a limited edition product to help raise funds for Feeding America®. Starting Sept 1, 2020, Pampered Chef launched Serve Up a Little Kindness, which will provide at least 10 meals* to Feeding America for each Silicone and Wood Utensil set sold.