Learn how this new initiative backed by the United States Department of Agriculture strives to feed kids in need all while saving nutritious, usable food from landfills.
Caring for Our Customers and Community
At Zink Foodservice, we truly care for one another. We believe in doing our part to have a positive impact on the communities we serve.
Zink Community Initiatives and Priorities
While Zink is involved in a number of community-building and improvement activities, our most active efforts and organizations include:
Through our partnership with Hope Coffee, Zink supports the organization’s mission to work with local churches in Honduras and Mexico to support clean water and building and repair projects for children living in unsafe environments.
She Has a Name
She Has a Name cleaning service fights human trafficking through education, collaboration and survivor care.
Brian Muha Foundation
Created in 1999 in memory of Rachel Muha’s son, Brian, the foundation welcomes young people of all ages with a safe place within their community. Tim Zink plays an integral role on the foundation’s board.
Christmas on Wisconsin Ave.
Each year, Zink Foodservice teams up with the Brian Muha Foundation to deliver meals and spread holiday cheer on Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Columbus, OH.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Zink provides financial support to the Columbus-based children’s hospital for events, such as Slice of Columbus!
GIVE18 FORE Cancer Research
Zink Foodservice, along with our premier manufacturers, are gold sponsors of this annual event. The GIVE18 golf outing provides seed money to researchers with a great idea to prove their concept in the lab and enable them to continue to advance their research through clinical trials.
Live’s of Children’s Miracle Network
Zink Foodservice sponsored a Miracle Child during the annual Speedway Miracle Golf Tournament, in partnership with Anthony and KPS.
Read more about Zink’s recent community involvement on the blog: