A Family Tradition of Kindness

For Helen and Steve Rindsberg, their interest in Freestore Foodbank runs deep.

“Giving food is hugely important, but we also appreciate Freestore’s efforts to help people become stronger and more self-sufficient,” says Helen. “Like Cincinnati COOKS! with industry-specific skills.”

“Giving is part of our family’s DNA,” says Helen. “Whether that was contributing at church, experiencing other cultures, or volunteering at school.”

Now, this commitment to giving back is part of the Rindsberg’s financial planning as well. “Our financial advisor told us how we could support causes that are important to us and also see a tax benefit,” says Steve. “Why not contribute through appreciated stock, or through a Required Minimum Distribution?”

Thank you, Helen and Steve, for making Freestore Foodbank a part of your giving life, and supporting this important work for years to come!

Contact Maureen Gregory at 513-482-7542 or mgregory@freestorefoodbank.org for more information about ways to give.

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