CAA Roadside Assistance Regina Tow Truck Operators Lend a Helping Hand to Regina Food Bank
The CAA Roadside Assistance Regina tow truck operators are lending a helping hand to the Regina Food Bank with pickup and delivery of much needed non-perishable food items, during their Covid-19 Response Campaign.
Now more than ever non-perishable food supplies are in demand due to the pandemic. According to John Bailey, Regina Food Bank CEO, “these unprecedented times are calling for unprecedented actions. A surge in request for services coupled with the demands of social distancing have made it necessary to put in measures for contactless delivery of our food hampers to those in need. CAA has been incredibly responsive to this need and are playing a key role in the delivery of hampers in a safe and responsible way. Access to their roadside assistance tow operators in Regina has been a game changer for our ability to get food to the people who need it.”
Fred Titanich, President & CEO, CAA Saskatchewan, endorses the support. “While our Regina tow truck operators are helping motorists in need, they are also working to fight hunger by helping families in need by delivering curbside food hampers.” We are pleased to offer this support by partnering with the Regina Food Bank during the Covid-19 Response Campaign. This is just one of the many ways we work together to support our community.”
To donate non-perishable food items, or to offer financial support, contact reginafoodbank.ca.
Regina Food Bank
CAA Saskatchewan serves approximately 181,000 Members, offering benefits and services through its non-profit motor club, and through its travel and insurance agencies, as well as the CAA Car Care Centre at Regina Battery Depot. CAA advocates for motorists, pedestrians and travellers, provides consumer education, supports traffic safety programs and addresses related public policy issues