SOUTHINGTON – Bread for Life recently announced that Yarde Metals made a generous food donation to replenish the organization’s storage facility shelves.

“Bread for Life wants to take this opportunity to thank Yarde Metals for its donation of food. During a time when the need is so great, they will make a difference in feeding the hungry here in Southington,”

said Eldon Hafford, Bread for Life Executive Director.

Yarde Metals, founded in the basement of a Bristol home in 1976, has grown to a multi-million dollar company headquartered in a 500,000-square-foot facility in Southington with additional service centers and locations across the country. The business distributes globally a huge inventory of aluminum, stainless, carbon steel and brass in a wide range of standard, unique and hard-to-find sizes.

The company actively supports various causes in the surrounding communities. “Without Yarde Metals and other generous donors we could not do all that we do,” Hafford said.

For more information about Bread for Life, visit the website or call the office at (860) 276-8389.

 Photo courtesy of Bread for Life
Eldon Hafford, Bread for Life executive director, forefront, and Denny Boutin, Bread for Life employee, receive the donation of food made by Yarde Metals at the organization’s food storage facility.