Downtown Chicago, March 1, 2019 -- [Suite Home Corporate Housing], the Midwests premier short-term corporate housing company, picked up where they left off in 2017 by once again partnering up with [Move for Hunger], a New Jersey-based nonprofit focused on making sure non-perishable food items arent thrown away in the moving process. In addition to donating $1,500 to Move for Hunger, Suite Home donated 755 pounds of food - the equivalent of 629 meals - to the non-profit in 2018.
Suite Home, a company that offers short-term furnished apartments and corporate housing throughout the Chicagoland and Wisconsin areas, partnered with several apartment communities to collect donations to fight hunger. Not only did the Suite Home operations teams commit to collecting the leftover food items left by Suite Home guests after vacating their short-term rental apartment, but the company held food drives throughout the year at properties such as [Marquee at Block 37](https://www.suitehomechicago.com/property/marquee/), [Aqua](https://www.suitehomechicago.com/property/aqua/), https://www.suitehomechicago.com/property/gallery-on-wells/[Gallery on Wells](https://www.suitehomechicago.com/property/gallery-on-wells/), and [The Parker](https://www.suitehomechicago.com/property/the-parker/).
Suite Home President & Owner Jennifer Breen joined sales team members, Matthew Tobel, CCHP and Gabriela Bankova, to also participate in the Chicago Rock N Roll Half Marathon/ 5K. Their running team raised over $1500.00 to donate to Move for Hunger.
In a letter to Move for Hunger and Suite Home, Kelly R. Maehr, Executive Director & CEO of the [Greater Chicago Food Depository](https://www.chicagosfoodbank.org/) thanked the team.
Maehr said We are grateful for your trust, generosity, and most importantly your commitment to the mission of ending hunger.
Adam Lowy, founder of Move For Hunger, started the nonprofit back in 2009 in his home state of New Jersey. Lowys family ran a moving business for more than 90 years, so he saw first hand just how much food is wasted during a typical move. Because of this, he decided that a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating this waste was in the best interests of many. As such, Move for Hunger is pivotal in the world of food-focused non-profits.
Suite Home continues to partner with Move for Hunger, with Breen joining the organization's Corporate Action Network (CAN) Committee. She will work with the organization to promote the non-profit's mission and grow its partnerships with other members of the relocation and moving industry.
About Suite Home Corporate Housing
Established in 2005, Suite Home Corporate Housing offers luxury furnished, corporate apartments with flexible leasing terms throughout the Chicagoland area and Wisconsin. The units are fully equipped with modern furnishings, luxury linens, and all the housewares needed for a temporary stay. The Suite Home staff strives to provide guests a "home away from home" experience, and are equipped to handle large corporate groups, project work, relocation, medical travel, entertainment crews, interns, and government travel.
Suite Home is a member of [Corporate Housing Providers Association](https://www.chpaonline.org/)(CHPA), a professional trade association exclusively dedicated to supporting corporate housing providers. The company also has their Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) Quality Assurance Accreditation, and maintains an A+ status with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). In 2017, Suite Home won the CHPA Company of the Year Award. Suite Home owner Jennifer Breen is a certified Corporate Housing Professional (CCHP) and President of the Corporate Relocation Council (CRC). To learn more about Suite Home Corporate Housing, please contact the company headquarters at (312) 638-0891 or go to their website https://www.suitehomechicago.com/https://www.suitehomechicago.com.