Second Harvest Grace Works

(Nashville, Tennessee) October 8th, 2014 – Last week The M&W Logistics Group, partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and Grace Works to feed the needy in Nolensville, TN. M&W’s, Jason Pitt, VP of Warehousing and 3PL, has personally worked with Second Harvest on their warehousing and logistics needs. “It’s always great when you make a donation or bring food to a drop point at a ball game, but to actually get in there and help put food in people’s cars, you really get to see their gratefulness, and that’s priceless.” Melinda Judd is the Director of Corporate Engagement for Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee, and is very thankful for companies that donate time, food and money. “Second Harvest is fortunate to have loyal partnerships with individuals, organizations and businesses who support our mission to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community,” says Melinda. “We could not be more grateful for our partnership with The M&W Logistics Group, and we hope to further grow this partnership to continue to fight hunger and feed hope!” M&W had twelve members of its staff serving in Nolensville on Friday, including Chris Woody. “It’s what we are supposed to do, it’s what we are called to do, and I was very glad that Second Harvest gave us the chance to do it.” Chris continues, “You could see genuine gratitude from everybody who got loaded up.” M&W would like to thank Second Harvest and Grace Works for all that they do for the needy in Middle Tennessee.

About Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee opened its doors in 1978 with commitment from several community leaders. The purpose of the organization was to provide a central distribution center for companies, groups and individuals who wished to help provide food for hungry people in Middle Tennessee. Second Harvest’s mission is to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. – See more at:

About Grace Works

In Williamson County, TN, struggling families turn to GraceWorks Ministries, a Christian nonprofit which helps supply the basics of life. In 1995, a small group of Williamson County residents realized people within their own community had real needs and those needs were not being met. Today, thousands of Williamson County residents have joined together to make a difference. Schools, businesses, civic groups and nearly 100 local churches of many denominations support the mission of GraceWorks. We offer relief by providing


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