Project Pop Drop

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Sharon Edwards representing Project Pop Drop, a non-profit initiative through Platinum International LLC coordinated a community effort that consisted of the donation of appliances, paper goods, and grocery items. Edwards was responsible for coordinating with Store Manager Josh Powell with the Walmart store in Oldsmar to provide the veterans at Liberty Manor with a gift certificate to cover some of the additional items needed. Edwards also solicited the help of staff and owners of Mixers Bar and Grill in Palm Harbor to accept clothing donations. Youth from Kids 4 A Cause were also on hands to help distribute the items to the veterans.

Project Pop Drop is a philanthropy organization created by and sponsored by Platinum International Products and Services. Project Pop Drop was born to help make a difference. Platinum International’s private label toner cartridges (Pop Drop Platinum Series Toner) fuel Project Pop Drop. Platinum International created a very special product called Pop Drop Platinum Series Toner. This product is environmentally conscience and American-made. Almost every office and many businesses require toner. We hope to have everybody printing with Pop Drop Platinum Series Toner. The more people that print with our toner, the more lives will be saved, enhanced and impacted.

A percentage of each Pop Drop Platinum Series toner purchased through Platinum International will go directly to Project Pop Drop. Our team does a monthly Pop Drop the last week of every month. We deliver food, clothing, medical supplies, beauty products, toys electronics etc., to local missions, community programs, and philanthropy-driven organizations.

Our focus is to help the epicenter of homelessness in America… Skid Row. We have expanded to many other cities as well as monthly Florida Pop Drops. We also feature each Project Pop Drop recipient across our social networking platforms each month to help to draw attention to their cause as well.

Since Project Pop Drop launched in 2011, we are thrilled and humbled that we have helped facilitate feeding over 90,000 meals per month. We are proud to say that we have also implemented a new business model called “customer cause marketing”. This is where we inspire and partner with our customers to help feed the homeless in their communities.

We believe that every movement starts with local leadership and that we can all help make a difference and impact our communities. This is what life is all about. Please join the founders John and Niki Snyder, #GIVEANDRECEIVE. Pop Drop can be reached at 727-475-1393 and Liberty Manor for Veterans at 813-900-9422.

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