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Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

Harvesting Hope Against Hunger is Reliant’s annual bank-wide food drive. Employees in Reliant branches and offices work with local non-profit organizations to provide Thanksgiving meals to families in need.

Reliant employees in our Williamson and Davidson County markets partnered with United Way of Greater Nashville and generously donated food items and gift cards that will provide many local families with complete Thanksgiving meals this holiday season. This annual tradition delivers continued support to our communities and neighbors.

Our Murfreesboro team partnered with Nourish Food Bank and generously donated numerous side items for holiday food baskets that will deliver to local families in Rutherford County this Thanksgiving.

Reliant’s Hamilton County team partnered with Chattanooga Community Kitchen and adopted the organization’s three offsite homes that house homeless men and women with disabilities. The generous efforts of our employees will provide all residents in these homes with a warm Thanksgiving meal.

Our teams in Centerville and Lyles partnered with Helping Hands of Hickman County and generously donated food items and gift cards that will provide Thanksgiving meals to several local families this holiday season.

Our specialized lending team in Knox County donated over 500 side items to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee for Thanksgiving food baskets that will deliver to local families this holiday season. Their generous efforts also provided funds to purchase numerous turkeys for local families in their community.

Employees at our James Campbell, Neely’s Mill and Columbia Downtown branches partnered with The Family Center and provided several Thanksgiving meal boxes and included gift cards to purchase turkeys and other perishable food items. Our Mt. Pleasant team worked with Family 2 Family and put together food boxes that will deliver Thanksgiving meals to local families.

Our Montgomery County team partnered with Crisis 211 Center and generously donated food items, providing several local families with complete Thanksgiving meals this holiday season. Additionally, our employees provided gift cards for each meal box to cover expenses for a turkey and additional perishable food items.

Our Springfield team donated approximately 475 side items to United Ministries Food Bank of Robertson County. Their generous efforts directly support local families that need a Thanksgiving food basket this holiday season.

Employees at our Ashland City and Pleasant View branches partnered with Bethesda Center and provided side items for the non-profit’s Thanksgiving meal boxes. The team at our Pegram branch worked with Ark Community Resource Center and donated side items that helped build Thanksgiving meal baskets for local families.

Employees at our Nashville Pike location partnered with Gallatin Daycare Center and adopted three families in need of extra support this holiday season. Their generous efforts provided Thanksgiving meal items and other household necessities.

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