Findlay Automotive supports The Just One Project

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In order to prevent hunger in a community first you need sufficient food. This problem has largely solved by organizations like Three Square food bank, which efficiently gather and package food for the hungry. The next challenge is distributing the food to the people in need. That’s where The Just One Project (TJOP) really shines. They operate a brick-and-mortar no-cost community market in an area with food insecurity, a Pop-up and Give Mobile Market that moves to different locations around the valley, and the Market 2 You program for homebound individuals.

Tyler Corder, CFO of Findlay Automotive said, “We’re proud to support The Just One Project. They efficiently distribute healthy food across the valley to people who are food insecure. Many of these people are children, who are in difficult circumstances through no fault of their own.”

Alexis Smith, director of development at TJOP said, “The Just One Project serves more than 17,000 Southern Nevadans monthly who are facing food insecurity, through mobile and community-centric grocery distribution of fresh produce and pantry essentials. The Just One Project also provides wraparound services and self-development programs to help its clients on their journey to self-sufficiency. The organization’s operational model is designed for flexibility and scalability, allowing The Just One Project to nimbly meet the needs of the community as demand grows and shifts.”

Hearing a number like 17,000 served every month or the fact that TJOP delivers 600,000 pounds of groceries to our community every month are impressive but that doesn’t adequately reflect the impact TJOP is having.

Marisa Cervantes, executive compliance director at TJOP, described an experience she had this way: “I will never forget the time we assisted a mother and child who had fled an unsafe situation. We learned that they were living in their car when they came to our no-cost community market for groceries. Without hesitation, our case manager, Nellie, did everything that she could to get a roof over their heads that same day. How cool is that? The client came to us for food only and left with housing and a glimmer of hope for a better future. The countless lives that are changed when they step foot in The Just One Project are priceless. I am so proud of our team and the work that we do.”

Smith said this about the support they have received from Findlay Automotive: “On behalf of The Just One Project, I would like extend our deepest thanks to Findlay for their continued support of and generosity to our organization. TJOP would not be possible without partners like Findlay who are committed to improving our community alongside us! We are incredibly grateful!”

If you would like to volunteer with or donate to The Just One Project you can visit

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