Community Involvement at TriMark

At TriMark, we are committed to giving back. Whether it is donating equipment or food to local food banks and shelters or sponsoring programs that support food sustainability at a local and national level. We partner with organizations that play a meaningful role in improving the well-being of our local communities, and we expand our efforts every year.

See some of the great community work we've done:

TriMark United East Community Servers

TriMark United East employees staff volunteer shifts supporting needy and medically compromised MA and RI residents

Over 40 UE employees volunteered their time at the Greater Boston Food Bank, Community Servings and Pawtucket, RI Soup Kitchen preparing and serving over 2000 meals in November/December 2015 and February 2016.
Strategic helps feed the hungry

TriMark Strategic Fights Hunger for North Texas Food Bank

The The TriMark Strategic and ISI Foodservice Equipment staff in Coppell, TX took the Thanksgiving holiday as an opportunity to give back by organizing a food drive – with a little friendly competition thrown in for good measure. Competition was fierce, trash-talking was entertaining, and by the end of the drive, their combined efforts resulted in the collection of 7,849 pounds of food, along with cash contributions of $783.00.
TriMark United East sponsors Healthy Food Education

TriMark United East Sponsors "Healthy Food Fuels Hungry Minds" Conference at Harvard University

The conference focused on how to provide fresh, healthy food to students in public schools. It explored such issues as the state of childhood nutrition, nuances of the federal law, constraints faced by foodservice providers, along with ideas and solutions for improving school foodservice.
SS Kemp Feeds Cleveland

TriMark SS Kemp Helps Feed Cleveland’s Hungry at Thanksgiving

TriMark SS Kemp teamed up with TownHall restaurant and the Cleveland Browns to serve Thanksgiving meals to those less fortunate. NFL Hall of Famer, Jim Brown and Cleveland Browns Quarterback Brian Hoyer joined 12 other players from the Browns to help serve nearly 2,000 people. The event, known as FEED THE NEED, was held at Cleveland's TownHall restaurant on Tuesday, November 25th.