This year, we celebrated our big 10 year anniversary in a unique way. Originating from the idea that the 10 year anniversary is the tin anniversary, our team hosted a tin can food drive and collected more than 2,500 canned food items to donate to God’s Outreach Madison County Food Bank. Our original 1,200-can goal was quickly surpassed as we experienced an overwhelming response from friends, family, and partners across the state.

“From our firm’s beginning on November 11, 2011, we have considered it a duty to give back to the communities we serve. It has been truly incredible seeing our partners, who we’ve been working with for 10 years now, come together and support the mission of God’s Outreach Madison County Food Bank through our canned food drive,” – Joe Rasnick, integrity ARCHITECTURE Principal and Co-Founder.

Through their program, God’s Outreach Madison County Food Bank serves food to more than 1,700 families and 180 senior citizens in Madison County, Kentucky, each month. Additionally, they give out more than 2,400 backpacks each month across 19 schools to kids suffering from food insecurity. Their mission is that no one in Madison County goes to bed hungry due to lack of food; a mission integrity/Architecture was proud to support.

We would like to thank the following firms for making this canned food drive so successful: Brown+Kubican Structural Engineers; Poage Engineering & Associates; Shrout Tate Wilson Consulting Engineers; Palmer Engineering; Spectrum Contracting Services, Inc.; The Walker Company; The Hayden Company; Koller Warner Construction; Pinnacle, Inc.; Bacon Farmer Workman Engineering & Testing, Inc.; Grant’s Excavating; E-Tech Consultants; Staggs & Fisher, Inc.; and Trifecta!