Infinity Drain, the manufacturer at the forefront of architectural and decorative drains, is proud to continue in the fight against food insecurity on Long Island with its non-profit organization, Mission Belly Full. Since 2020, Mission Belly Full, in partnership with generous donations from Whole Foods and ShopRite, has collectively provided over 54,000 meals to those in need.
Founded at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mission Belly Full has deep-rooted values in community engagement and a mission to ensure that every belly is full, every day. Infinity Drain’s corporate kitchens prepare and distribute approximately 600 hot, nourishing meals each week to various organizations on Long Island including churches, homeless shelters, food pantries and veterans in need. Extending their support to provide emergency meals to families facing challenging times, Infinity Drain believes that they can make a difference in the community one meal at a time.
“Mission Belly Full remains deeply committed to its mission of fostering a sense of togetherness and empowerment while inspiring others to join the cause,” states Jonathan Brill, CEO of Infinity Drain. “Inspired by the book Conscious Capitalism, by John Mackey, the Infinity Drain team is more determined than ever to continue to provide for their community and to fight food insecurity on Long Island. We are so proud and grateful for the incredible dedication of our volunteers, employees and volunteer groups who devote their time on a weekly basis to make this possible.”
Serving 10 organizations including Long Island Veterans, The Viola Project, Gordon Heights Shelters, Long Island Homeless Outreach, The Haven Program, CenterPoint Church Food Pantry, Fountainhead Congregation Food Pantry and the Heart of Worship Church Food Pantry, Mission Belly Full’s results continue to speak volumes each year, having grown 50% since 2021. In addition to donations received, Mission Belly Full actively purchases food to support the program, further highlighting their commitment to ensuring that food reaches those who need it most.