When Stonehenge Capital learned that food banks were struggling to meet demand during the COVID-19 crisis, we collaborated across our various offices and pulled together resources for food banks in Columbus, Ohio, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, New York City, LongIsland, Dallas, Atlanta and Hartford, cities where our Stonehenge Capital offices are located.
The response from our employees was overwhelming, raising more than $50,000 in donations and providing nearly 170,000 meals to those in need.
Carol Zimmerman from the Mid-Ohio Food Bank expressed her appreciation: “We are sincerely grateful for your compassion for the people we serve – and our work would truly not happen without people like you.”
Randi Dresner, president of Island Harvest Food Bank in New York, illustrated the collective impact we can make when we all pull together: “On behalf of the hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders who have turned to Island Harvest Food Bank for help during this unprecedented time, I want to express our gratitude for your contribution… since March we have helped hundreds of thousands of people facing hunger; providing I.7 million more meals than last year at this time. You have helped to make this possible.”
Stonehenge Capital was founded on the principles of true partnership, absolute trust, and unflagging endurance. As we face unprecedented challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Stonehenge Capital will continue to strive to meet our communities’ needs whether through our employees’ efforts or through our impactful investments in overlooked and underserved communities.