Superstition Community Food Bank Appoints Erik Arriola as its New Executive Director
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Contact: Lynn Hanson, email@example.com
Apache Junction – The Superstition Community Food Bank in Apache Junction is proud to announce that our New Executive Director will be Erik Arriola. Erik is a native Arizonian, raised in the Mesa area and the East Valley. After graduation from Mesa’s Westwood High School, he attended MCC and ASU.
Erik comes to us from Friendly Auto Centers, where he was the director of Operations and Marketing. He led his team to many top awards and helped build the business to what it is today. Erik has served on other Non-Profit boards and helped fundraise for numerous organizations in the area.
Erik is excited to join our food bank, to not only increase our awareness in the community but to partner with other organizations and businesses in the area. Our mission is to feed the hungry and with the passion that Erik is bringing forth, we will continue to grow in a positive direction.
About Superstition Food Bank
Since 1983 the Superstition Community Food Bank has served thousands of people in East Valley communities. We are a food bank offering assistance to individuals and families in need in Gold Canyon, Northwest Pinal County, and East Mesa. In our service area 1 in 5 adults, 1 in 4 children and 1 in 7 seniors are food insecure.