Food Shippers of America Becomes ALAN Sustainer


March 23, 2022

For Immediate Release

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Food Shippers Of America Becomes ALAN Sustainer

Lakeland, FL. – The American Logistics Aid Network announced today that Food Shippers of America (FSA) has become a 2022 ALAN Sustainer Sponsor.

“In the past two years alone, ALAN has enabled the delivery and distribution of more than $10 million in relief supplies for hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and the pandemic. That’s only possible because of the support of organizations like Food Shippers of America, whose generous donation came at the start of a year already bustling with requests for disaster aid,” said ALAN Executive Director Kathy Fulton.

FSA has been an ALAN supporter for more than a decade. Its ongoing donations have helped ALAN grow its operational capacity and have contributed greatly to ALAN’s humanitarian relief efforts.

“Food Shippers of America (FSA) recognizes the value to communities, especially in times of need, that ALAN provides. And FSA is proud to support these efforts,” said FSA President David Domencic.


About Food Shippers: Food Shippers of America (FSA) is an industry non-profit association that brings together a community of supply chain, transportation and logistics professionals with common interests, industry challenges and opportunities. Founded in 1955, FSA provides education, peer networking, and resources that bring supply chain efficiencies, best practices, and professional development to its members. FSA also awards annual scholarships to family members as part of their educational efforts.

About ALAN: Founded in 2005, ALAN provides donated logistics assistance to disaster relief organizations before, during and after catastrophic events. It is aided in these efforts by financial supporters, volunteers and in-kind donors. This year it has coordinated compassionate supply chain services for disasters such as the attacks on Ukraine, December tornadoes, the Haiti earthquake, the western wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more, visit

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