Grady Management Participates in AOBA's Fall Food Drive
October 19, 2015 01:56 PM
Grady Team Members in the Corporate Office stand with the food drive contributions.
Grady Management worked the past month to contribute to The Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington's (AOBA) Fall Food Drive.
Apartment communities worked with their residents to collect as many food items detailed on the Capital Area Food Bank's Most Wanted List as possible. These non-perishable food items include fruit juice, canned vegetables, and cereal. Grady Management's corporate office ran a collection as well. All food items collected are in turn donated to the Capital Area Food Bank.
Learn more about the Capital Area Food Bank on their official website, and view just a fraction of the Grady Management food drive collection effort with the photos below:
The collection effort seen at Horizon Square in Laurel, Maryland.
Winexburg Manor in Silver Spring, Maryland collected almost 300 food items that are pictured here.
The Autumn Crest team stands with over 50 food items at their community in Columbia, Maryland.
The collection seen at Adams Crossing Apartments in Waldorf, Maryland.
The residents of Glenmont Forest in Silver Spring, Maryland gathered a lot of food items for the food drive.
Over 80 non-perishable items were collected at East of Market Apartments in Frederick, Maryland.