The Second Harvest Food Bank and Orlando Harley-Davidson partnered for the 2nd annual Hogtoberfest, an event that raised funds and awareness to fight hunger locally.
One in six Central Floridians lack consistent access to adequate amounts of food, so Orlando Harley-Davidson and Second Harvest Food Bank teamed up in October for the 2nd annual Hogtoberfest in an effort to raise the necessary funds to help fight hunger locally.
The event featured live music from local classic rock bands, meet and greets with celebrity custom bike builders, and meals prepared by Second Harvest chefs. Raffle prizes included a 2016 Harley-Davidson Street Glide, and all proceeds from raffle ticket sales benefited Second Harvest.
“It’s truly inspiring to see members of our community enjoy themselves while coming together to raise awareness around such a critical issue,” Dave Krepcho, president and CEO at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, says. “Because of community partners like Orlando Harley-Davidson, we’re able to continue putting food on the tables of the tens of thousands of vulnerable families and children in Central Florida.”