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The 7th Annual Holiday Food Drive was a Terrific Success!

With great joy, we are thrilled to announce the 7th annual holiday food drive was a tremendous success! Firstly, many thanks goes to the seventy-five businesses and groups throughout  the Treasure Coast  that stepped up to be a box host.  Making it easy for businesses to participate every year, White Glove Moving & Storage delivers the boxes to each location empty.  Thereafter, the boxes are collected full a week later. Subsequently, some locations contribute just a few items whereas others exceed the one box tenfold.  For example, Elite Electric & Air chose to conduct an internal competition among their staff resulting in 1,000 lbs. of food!

Additionally, as a token of appreciation, a complimentary on-air talk radio interview goes to the organization yielding the most items based on their region. Ambitiously, the goal was to raise 2,500 lbs. of food. Presently, we are ecstatic to share the results exceeded our goal yielding 3,460 lbs. during the food drive! In the rain, the delivery was made on December 2oth, in time for distribution to families in need during the holidays and long school break. As you may know, success like this requires the help of many. Therefore, we will be highlighting each location based on their county within the Treasure Coast.

To begin, a big thank you goes to the following food drive venues in Indian River County:

Star Suites

A Moment’s Notice Health Care

 

Spectrum Interiors

Renaissance Senior Living

Indian River Bikram Yoga

My Florida Roofing

Bent Pine Golf Club

Sebastian Insurance

HR Dynamics

Rooney & Rooney

Alexander Insurance

Offices at Bridgeview

Stringer Gallery of Fine Art

Remax Associated

LED Capstone Inc

Manpower

Mattress Market of Vero

Fully Promoted of Vero

Springhill Suites

Hampton Inn

GHO Segovia Lake

GHO Venezia Estates

Barkely Square by GHO

GHO Summer Lake

Coldwell Banker Paradise

Patchington on Ocean

Purple Plum Boutique

Vero Beach Magazine

Powell Shoes

Treasure Coast Automotive

Store Right of Vero

Isles of Vero Beach

Marine Bank & Trust

Wild Thyme Catering

VB Home Interiors

Vero Heritage Center & Citrus Museum

Sebastian Friendly Tennis Club

Vero Premier Women’s Network

After calculations, Bent Pine Golf Club took first place earning an on-air talk radio interview with host and VP of Marketing, Anna Valencia Tillery on the Vero Insider. In addition, a close second went to GHO Homes followed by the Sebastian Friendly Tennis Club during this year’s high yielding food drive.

 

Furthermore, in St. Lucie County a special food drive thanks goes to the following businesses and groups:

Treasure coast Naturists

Civil Air Patrol of PSL

Century 21 of PSL

IBMSECU

Freedom Boat Club of Ft. Pierce

St. Lucie Battery & Tire-Central

Storage King USA

Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast

The Atlantic of Tradition

AApex Electric

GHO Corporate Office

Holiday Inn of PSL

Elite Electric & Air

Additionally, from Martin County, wonderful food drive donations came from:

Bonnie C. Landry & Assoc

Cabinet Gallery of Stuart

St. Lucie Battery & Tire Palm City

Palm City Chamber

BBB, Law office of Svetlana and Glenn Webber

DR Horton’s Canopy Cove

As a marketing benefit, winners from St. Lucie County and Martin County will be featured on the radio show Martin County Movers & Shakers, hosted by Anna Valencia Tillery of White Glove.  First place, from St. Lucie County, Elite Electric & Air filled a half a White Glove truck raising 1,000 lbs.! Impressively, second place goes to the Civil Air Patrol Squadron.  The high producing group is made up of dedicated teens looking to make a positive impact locally. Furthermore, in Martin County the St. Lucie Battery store in Palm City took the lead followed closely by the Better Business Bureau.

For those considering participating in some way, Spring is a great time. In particular, condos and other seasonal home owners associations can collect food when residents are leaving for the season. If interested, White Glove will deliver and pick up the boxes at no charge. To enlist, simply email AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net or call 772-778-4750.  Since 2013, nearly 200,000 lbs. of non-perishable food have been raised in this annual, Move for Hunger effort.  Most importantly, remember the professional movers at White Glove are here to help with all the heavy lifting for yourselves or those you know, locally or nationwide as an interstate agent with Bekins Vanlines.  

In conclusion, please consider supporting these businesses throughout the Treasure Coast, it is a great way to honor their goodwill.  Finally, the White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery team wishes everyone a prosperous and happy new year. Cheers!

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7th Annual White Glove Food Drive was a Success!

 

White Glove Moving & Storage, a Move for Hunger Mover, started their annual summer White Glove Food Drive; as a result of demand being high in the summer when kids are out of school. Presently, in its 7th year, businesses and groups from: Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie Counties participate by signing up to be a box host. As a box host, they commit to filling that box and encourage their staff and customers to take part.  Ambitiously, the goal this summer was to raise 2,500 pounds yet with the eagerness of all who participated the goal was exceeded yielding a total of 3, 543 pounds. Participating businesses included the following by county:

Martin County:White Glove Food Drive

Better Business Bureau food drive particants Palm City Chamber White Glove Moving Food Drive Oculina Bank in the White Glove food drive Harbour Ridge Realty Womens Power Lunch Contributors Boys and Girls Club of Martin County Katey Bourgeois Real Estate

St. Lucie County:

Swig of Color Alfonsos Pizza of PSL Priscos Pizza of PSL

Indian River County:

Vero Premier Womens Network Sebastian Chamber Sea Turtle Real Estate Caliber Home Loans

In conclusion, since becoming a Move for Hunger mover in 2013, White Glove Moving & Storage has helped raise well over 150,000 lbs. of food in the two annual White Glove Moving Food Drives each year.  Better still, our team can help with non-perishable food donations all year long. As a result, are you interested in being a part of the next food drive? Know of someone moving and you wish to refer? Please call 772-778-4750 to schedule a complimentary estimate today.

Nearly 1.5 Tons of Food Raised During the 6th Annual White Glove Moving Holiday Food Drive

The holidays just got a lot brighter thanks to the efforts of over 55 Treasure Coast businesses, gated communities, networking groups, customers and one very driven moving company.  During the sixth annual White Glove Moving holiday food drive, over 2800 pounds of food was collected and delivered to the Treasure Coast Food Bank which equates to roughly 4,700 meals for the 200,000 food insecure families throughout Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee counties.

Not only did the food drive exceed its goal by nearly a thousand pounds, it also served as an opportunity for folks to discuss the severity of the food needs in our area as the Treasure Coast Food Bank embarks upon its 30th year of helping to fight hunger.

A contest for each county was conducted to stimulate giving.  In Indian River County the winner for most amount of non-perishable food was Cravings and The Beached Whale located on Ocean Drive in Vero Beach who managed to fill entire drums full of food.  In St. Lucie county, Branca Realty stepped up with nearly an entire truck load of goods from bottle water and diapers to canned food. Martin County’s top producer was Florida Non-Emergency Medical Transportation – MTM Inc who collected more than four boxes full of holiday inspired food.  A special thank you to all who participated based on the county.

Cravings staff posing with their full bins.

Branca Real Estate of Ft. Pierce showing off a few collection items.

MTM Transit in Martin County posing with a few of their boxes and items.

Indian River:

State Farm of Sebastian, Riverview Dental, Sebastian Insurance, Riverview: Coffee, Tea & Books, Coldwell Banker Paradise, Sebastian Chamber, Vandoore Vorhee Law, Marine Bank & Trust (all locations), Treasure Coast Automotive, Summer Lake by GHO Homes, Harmony Reserve, Florida Eye, Career Source, The Antilles, European Kitchen & Bath, Elgin Marble, AAA Insurance & Travel, Oak Harbor Clubhouse, Cravings, HR Dynamics, Alexander Insurance, Oculina Bank,  Supreme Title, Image 360, Trustco Bank, Renaissance Senior Living, The Vero Premier Womens’ Network, Business Connexions, Keller Williams of Vero Beach, Decors by Jacqueline/Palm Coast Development, Vero Beach Power Squadron and the Vero Beach Magazine.

St. Lucie County:

Women’s Council of Realtors, Affordable Dentures, Joseph Nipitella’s Interior Trim Carpentry, Prichard’s Insurance, Coldwell Banker Paradise, Pace Center for Girls, ACCH Insurance, Nutrition Smart and Branca Realty.

 

Martin County:

Better Business Bureau, Butcher Insurance Group, Oculina Bank, European Kitchen & Bath, Arrow Title, MTM Transit, Law Office of Svetlan Z. Nemeroff, Atlantic Shores Realty, Coldwell Banker of Stuart, The  Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast, Armellini, Jon Smith Subs, Gateway Mortgage, Sheila Maxwell of Keller Williams, First American Title, Coldwell Banker at Tradition, SFS Tax Problem Solutions, Monarch Realty Group.

White Glove was proud to be recognized as the 2018 Bekins Van Lines Move for Hunger/Mover of the Year and has collectively raised over 100,000 lbs. of food  since 2013.  If interested in participating as a box host during either the summer or holiday food drive, please email VP of Marketing for White Glove Moving & Storage at AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net.  For moving questions or to set up a complimentary estimate for an upcoming local or out of state move, please call 772-778-4750.

Move for Hunger: Mover of the Year!

White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is proud to be named “Mover of the Year” for the nationwide non-profit, Move for Hunger.  Recognized as the official charity partner for Bekins Vanlines, Move for Hunger, mobilizes the relocation industry to fight hunger and reduce food waste. To date, the network has collected more than 6,000,000 pounds of food that is more than 5,000,000 meals!

As an active participant, White Glove works with customers in the moving process to donate unwanted- food so it can be put in food pantries rather than landfills.  Since 2013, White Glove has helped ensure over 100,000 lbs. of food has gotten to the Treasure Coast Food Bank and other food distribution points to help families who are food insecure.

Though customers who move help supply a steady stream of non-perishable food items throughout the year, the biggest impact are the two community-wide food drives our moving company hosts. By working with our local chambers of commerce and contacts, an email and social media campaign is released at the start of summer break and again just before Thanksgiving. The request is simple: Care to be a food drive box host?  For those who commit, which dozens do, the logistics are simple. White Glove Moving delivers empty boxes and a few weeks later returns to pick up full boxes. Many businesses and communities use hosting a box to reach out to others and get their staff, customers and neighbors to donate food.  Once the food drive concludes all businesses who contribute are recognized publicly and some are even featured on local radio.

Currently over 50 businesses are hosting boxes with pick up scheduled the week of December 12th.  The goal is to reach 2,000 lbs. of food to help ensure as many folks as possible enjoy a delicious holiday feast.  Thank you to all who are participating throughout the Treasure Coast.  Participating businesses are broken down by city:

Sebastian:

  • State Farm/Eric Ponce 1301 US HWY 1 32958
  • Riverview Dental 1511 US 1 #201 Sebastian, FL 32958
  • Sebastian Insurance 936 US1 #B Sebastian, FL
  • Riverview Doffee, Tea & Books 482 US1 #3 Sebastian
  • Coldwell Banker Sebastian
  • State Farm 510 Sebastian FL
  • Florida Eye of Sebastian
  • Sebastian Chamber
  • Vandoore Vorhee Law 1327 N Central Ave, Sebastian, FL 32958
  • Marine Bank US1/Sebastian
  • Summer Lake by GHO
  • Harmony Reserve

Vero Beach:

  • Vero Beach Magazine
  • Florida Eye Vero
  • Career Source
  • Coldwell Banker Vero
  • The Antilles
  • European Kitchen and Bath-Vero
  • Elgin Marble 6005 US-1, Vero Beach, FL 32967
  • AAA insurance 495 21st St VB FL 32960
  • Oak Harbor
  • Cravings 3149 Ocean Drive Vero Beach, Florida 32963
  • HR Dynamics 1201 19th Place, Suite B403
  • Alexander Insurance
  • Renaissance Senior Living
  • Keller Williams of Vero
  • Decors By Jacqueline
  • Signature Title at two locations
  • Marine Bank at two locations
  • Rhett Palmer Radio

Stuart:

  • Anne-Marie A Persaud Oculina Bank Stuart Office 2260 SE Federal Hwy Stuart, FL 34994
  • Better Business Bureau of Southeast Florida
  • Kristine O’Hagan Butcher Insurance Group, Inc. 205 SW Winnachee Drive Stuart, FL 34994
  • European Kitchen & Bath Outlet 197 SE Monterey Rd Stuart, FL 34994
  • Coldwell Banker Paradise US1 Stuart
  • MTM-Inc. 759 SW Federal Hwy Ste 301 Stuart, FL 34994
  • 1707 NE Indian River Dr. Jensen Beach, FL at The Children’s Museum
  • 101 SE Central Pkwy, Stuart, FL 34994
  • Armellini 3446 SW Armellini Ave, Palm City, FL 34990
  • Jon Smith Subs 265 SW Monterey Rd., Stuart, FL 34994
  • Gateway Mortgage 145 Nw Centeal Park Plaza #114 PSL, FL 34986
  • Sheila Maxwell at Lakewood
  • First American Title 729 SW US1 #103 Stuart FL 34994
  • Coldwell Banker Tradition 1973 SW Savage Blvd PSL FL 34953
  • SFS Tax Problem Solutions and Arrow Title

Port St. Lucie:

  • Affordable Dentures: 9140 S Federal Hwy, Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
  • Joseph Nipitella’s Interior Trim Carpentry
  • Branca Realty 311 S 2nd Street Suite 102A Fort Pierce, FL 34950
  • Prichards Insurance 10791 SW Tradition Square, PSL 34987
  • Coldwell Banker Paradise US1
  • Angela ACCH INSURANCE AGENCY 455 NW PRIMA VISTA BLD PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL 34983
  • PACE Center for Girls, Treasure Coast 3651 Virginia Ave Ft Pierce, FL 34981

 

Summer Food Drive was a Tremendous Success!

Over 40 businesses throughout the Treasure Coast participated in the 2018 Summer Food Drive to benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank and the 200+ soup kitchens and food pantries they support. Along with the donations of several moving customers, White Glove Moving & Storage was thrilled to exceed the 1,000 lb. goal by more than double. With three full pallets, the community wide effort yielded almost 2,400 lbs. of food which equates to roughly 1,900 meals.

White Glove Moving, agent for Bekins Vanlines, hosts two food drives each year as part of Move for Hunger; one in the summer and one in between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Now in its sixth consecutive year, participation continues to grow. As the food drive hosts, White Glove delivers boxes to all participating locations and customers then arranges for pickup of the full boxes a few weeks later; making it easy and fun for all who commit to the cause.

Rebecca Rodriguez with the Treasure Coast Food Bank accepts the delivery with White Glove staffers Jeff and Peter.

This year the following businesses participated based on county.

Martin and Palm Beach Counties included:
Summit Title & Escrow, Fidelity Lending, Coldwell Banker Stuart, Arrow Title, Bourgeous Real Estate, Engel & Volkners Real Estate, Remax Ultimate, Women’s Power Lunch, McAlister Real Estate, Better Business Bureau, Ginger Lillies’ Market, Kirchman Construction and the Palm City Chamber.

St. Lucie County:
Romer and Puente Team of McAlister Properties, Compass Realty, Groza Builders, Eileen Simmons of EXP Realty, Keyes Real Estate of PSL, OC Realty of Ft. Pierce, 4 St. Lucie Battery & Tire locations, and the Women’s Council of Realtors.

Indian River County:
Costa d’Este, Harmony Reserve, Store Right Self Storage on Oslo Rd. and US1, Sweet Creations, Alexander Insurance, Tropic Real Estate, GHO’s Summer Lake, A Moment’s Notice, Marine Bank & Trust, Pak Mail Beachside, Dale Sorensen Real Estate, Business Connexions, Vero Premier Women’s Network, Young Professionals Network of IR County, St. Lucie Battery & Tire, VNA of Indian River, Rooney & Rooney, S&K LTd, Outlets of Vero and the Sebastian Chamber.

To host a box in the future or for more information about White Glove’s moving services please email VP of Marketing, Anna Valencia Tillery at AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net or visit the website at www.whitegloveusa.com

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Fill a Box!

Let’s join forces and raise 1,000 lbs. of food for the White Glove Moving Annual Summer Food Drive!

Be a box host by emailing AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net and we will arrange for delivery of an empty box and pick up of your full one.  All who participate whether it is a business, community clubhouse or  church will be acknowledged on social media and in all press releases.

Moving? Donate the food in your pantry. White Glove will give you a free box and collect it at the time of your move. Though Move for Hunger is a program we do all year long, joining forces with local businesses during the summer makes a big impact on those in need when school is out of session.

The Treasure Coast Food bank helps supply food to over 200 food pantries and soup kitchens in the area for folks who can’t get to the TC Food Bank directly. Every bit helps and we appreciate your assistance.

1800+ Lbs. of Food Delivered!

With the help of 30+ local businesses throughout the Treasure Coast, White Glove Moving & Storage was proud to deliver over 1,800 lbs. to the Treasure Coast Food Bank!  The goal, to help feed families throughout the tri-county area this Christmas season.

Being a part of the annual food drive is rewarding and easy as White Glove delivers and picks up all the boxes. A big thanks to the following businesses for their participation based on county:

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Indian River:

Holiday Builders, Insite SolutionsSummer Lake of GHO, The Gardens at River GroveDesigner’s Touch FlooringRenaissance Senior LivingKeep Indian River Beautiful, Flametree, Regus, Rennick Real EstateMorningstarAGlow SkincareJungle ClubHR Dynamcis, Marine Bank (all 3 locations), Pak Mail Beachisde, Career Source, Costa d’Este, Berkshire Hathaway Florida Realty, Premier Estate Properties-VeroRemax AssociatedVero Beach Premier Women’s Network,  Business Connexions and Lighthouse Realty.

St. Lucie & Martin County:

Women’s Power LunchKeller Williams of PSLBetter Business BureauGlenn J Webber Attorney at Law and all Civitas Place, Bourgeois Real Estate Group, Water Pointe RealtyThe Gilt ComplexBrightway Insurance and McAlister Properties.

Also, a big thanks to the Women’s Council of Realtors of Jupiter, Tequesta and Hobe Sound for filling boxes during their recent installation!

To get involved with future food drives that we partner with Move for Hunger on please email AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net and for more information about our moving, storage and delivery services please find us online at www.whitegloveusa.com or call 866-glove10.

Stephan Lifred, Anna Valencia Tillery, Samuel Holladay proud to unveil 1800 lbs of food!

Join the Annual Holiday Food Drive!

In just 5 years, as Move for Hunger movers,  White Glove Moving & Storage along with customers and business partners, have helped raise over 35,000 lbs. of food for families every summer and holiday season.

Lets keep it going! Sign up to be a box host and White Glove will deliver your boxes then pick them up once full the week of Dec. 11th so families along the Treasure Coast can enjoy a delicious Christmas meal.

To participate email AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net with your address and number of boxes to fill. It’s that easy! All who contribute will be recognized on social media, radio and in press releases. Thank you in advance for your participation!

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Over 3,000 lbs. of Food Raised During Annual Summer Food Drive

In 2013, after learning about the high demand on food pantries and soup kitchens in the summer months when kids were out of school, White Glove through Move for Hunger stepped in to help.   A summer food drive was launched that mimicked the efforts of the holiday food drive by delivering sturdy moving boxes to businesses who wished to participate. Each location committed to one, or more, and were required to fill them with non-perishables.  This year, over forty-five locations throughout Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties participated in the 5th Annual Summer Food Drive hosted by White Glove Moving & Storage.   The goal was to raise 1,000 lbs. of food between May 30th and June 12th this year.

White Glove Moving along with the Treasure Coast Food Bank are proud to report that the goal was exceeded by 3x’s the amount. On June 19th, four full pallets were unloaded off the 26’ foot long moving truck weighing a total of 3,201 lbs. which equates to over 2,667 meals for families in need throughout the Treasure Coast.  To date over 30,000 lbs. of food has been raised since 2013 by White Glove and community partners.

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Of course a feat this big could not have been made possible if it were not for dedicated local businesses, networking professionals, realtors and customers moving who took the time to donate their unwanted non-perishable food items to help with the efforts.  A big thank to the following businesses broken down by county.

Indian River County:

Keller Williams Realty, Sea Turtle Real Estate, Hampton Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Oceanside, Marine Bank in Vero and Sebastian, Decors by Jackie & Palm Coast Development, Nurse on Call, Store Right Self Storage, Caliber Home Loans, GHO Homes, Costa d’Este, Vero Insurance, Lambert Commercial, JM Stringer Gallery, Renaissance Senior Living,  First American Title, Cravings, Beached Whale, Sebastian Insurance, Sebastian Chamber of Commerce, Larocque Realty, Social Cindy, Alexander Insurance, Live Like Cole, Planet Vero and the Vero Premier Women’s Network.

Ft. Pierce/Pt. St. Lucie:

McAlister Properties of PSL, Chelsea Title, My Treasure Coast Online, Atlantic Shores Realty of PSL

Martin County:

Hutchinson Island Marriott, The Gilt Complex, House of Refuge Museum, Cabana at Jensen Dunes, Martin County Fire Rescue, Kirchman Construction, McAlister Real Estate of Stuart, Skin Serenity Spa and the Women’s Power Lunch.

How to participate in our summer food drive?

Businesses, offices and clubhouses please join White Glove Moving & Storage in the 5th Annual Summer Food Drive. All food raised will be delivered to the Treasure Coast Food Bank June 16th where it will be distributed to over 200 food pantries and soup kitchens throughout the four county area that makes up the Treasure Coast.


Participation is easy: White Glove Moving will deliver the box(es) to your expressed location the week of May 29th and pick up all boxes the week of June 12th. Simply email AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net to commit to filling at least one box (more available upon request) and help raise food for the 200,000 individuals throughout our area who are food insecure especially during the summer months when children are not in school. Our goal is to raise over 1,000 lbs., every little bit helps and participation is appreciated.

Year to date, we have raised over 20,000 lbs. thanks to our wonderful customers who donate food during the moving process and past business partners who host boxes at each food drive we do. We hope to keep doing even more and are eager to get as many participants as possible. For more information please call Mrs. Valencia-Tillery at 772-232-7843.

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