Hall Organizes Charity Drives to Support Local Community

Portland, Maine – Over the past three months, Hall has organized and held three charity drives to support various organizations in the local community.

In October, employees collected pet food, toys, and supplies which were donated to the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland. Hall has a staff full of animal lovers who were excited to donate to a foundation that focuses on providing care, food, and shelter to animals up for adoption.

With Thanksgiving in mind, Hall gathered and distributed nonperishable food items and personal care products to the Project FEED food pantry in November. Over 100 donations were put into boxes and brought to the pantry the day before Thanksgiving.

“It was wonderful seeing more and more food donations come in each day,” said Administrative Assistant, Anna Pillsbury. “We were glad we could give to families in need, especially this time of year when money can be especially tight.”

December marked Hall’s 6th straight year providing children’s toys for the Marine Toys for Tots Program. Collections began on #GivingTuesday and ran through December 7th.

“It’s been rewarding to continue giving to the Toys for Tots program. It’s such a simple and impactful way to make a difference during the holiday season,” said Client Services Coordinator, Olivia Brown.

Hall is proud to be able to give back to local charities and is excited to continue supporting organizations that improve the lives of community members throughout 2019.

About Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland

The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland nurtures the connection between people and pets to advance animal welfare and improve the quality of life in our community. A life-saving organization, the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland provides shelter and care to more than 5,000 homeless and displaced animals every year.

About Project FEED

Project FEED (Food Emergency Exchange Depot) is an emergency food pantry located in Portland, Maine in the basement of Woodfords Congregational UCC Church. Project FEED, a non-profit, was founded in 1975 by a group of clergy and lay-people concerned with the growing number of Portland residents who were without a reliable source of food in emergencies. Project FEED is supported by many individuals and organizations including churches and synagogues in the Greater Portland area and is completely staffed by volunteers.

About Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots, a 71-year national charitable program run by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, provides happiness and hope to disadvantaged children during each Christmas holiday season. The toys, books, and other gifts collected and distributed by the Marines offer these children recognition, confidence, and positive memories for a lifetime. Since 1947, over 250 million children have been assisted.

About Hall

Hall is a globally recognized, data-driven, digital agency that focuses on search engine optimization, technical SEO for retailers, paid search marketing, digital advertising and retargeting, web analytics, user experience optimization, and email marketing. The company is a verified WooExpert—recognized among the top WooCommerce developers in the world. Hall has been involved with WordPress and WooCommerce and has passionately contributed to WordPress for over a decade.