Over the course of 2019, food rescue nonprofit Move for Hunger’s multifamily partners donated 82,440 pounds of food to local food banks, sourced from resident moves and from 583 dedicated food drives nationwide.

Between 2017 and 2019, Move For Hunger’s multifamily network has grown from eight communities to 1,501 across 44 U.S. states. It is an official charity of 13 local and national rental housing associations, including the Rental Housing Association, and counts Greystar, Alliance Residential, Bozzuto, and AvalonBay among its corporate partners.

AvalonBay of Boston collected the most food out of all of Move for Hunger’s multifamily partners in 2019, with 1,620 pounds donated to local food banks. The Century, owned by Pillar Properties in Seattle, Wash., came in second at 1,295 pounds. The Lodge at RIT, owned by the Scion Group near the Rochester Institute of Technology in West Henrietta, N.Y., came in third with 1,057 pounds of food donated in 2019.

Move For Hunger collected more than 3.6 million pounds of food in 2019, or over 3 million meals, across over 1,000 partnerships with moving companies, Realtors, relocation management companies, and apartment communities. The nonprofit has collected more than 13 million pounds of food since its founding in 2009.