LAS VEGAS, Feb. 28, 2023 – To commemorate its former President and CEO Brian Burton and his contributions to the fight against hunger in Southern Nevada, Three Square Food Bank’s call center located at its Senior Hunger Campus has been named, “Three Square Center, Inspired by Brian Burton.”
The name was unveiled today during a special ceremony at the Senior Hunger Campus (located at 3915 E. Craig Road), which was attended by Burton, Three Square executives and donors whose support made the campus and call center possible.
"All of us at Three Square work very hard to get food to those in our community who need it most, but those efforts would be fruitless without the unparalleled support we receive from our donors, volunteers and partners,” said Three Square Interim President and CEO Michelle Beck. “The same donors who brought our Senior Hunger Campus to life are responsible for making this tribute to Brian, and his 11-year tenure with us, possible. We are eternally grateful to these individuals, who have and continue to help Three Square expand our services and increase those helped.”
The Three Square Center launched in 2013 out of a need to connect with hard-to-reach members of Southern Nevada’s food-insecure population, including homebound seniors, those with disabilities, working families seeking convenient access to services and non-English speaking households.
In addition to providing assistance with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) applications, the Three Square Center provides wrap around services and help through the Energy Assistance Program (EAP), Project Reach, Golden Groceries, Medicaid and Medicare Part D.
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For more information about Three Square Food Bank and the Senior Hunger Campus, visit threesquare.org.