Community Give Against Hunger

EASE, in partnership with the Columbus Crew, is raising food and money for the Mid-Ohio Food Collective. Throughout September, you can donate online or in person at any of our official drop-off sites listed below.

Donation Sites & How To Get Involved

Official Donation Sites

  • Donate Online
  • EASE HQ – EASE Logistics, 5725 Avery Rd., Dublin, OH 43026
  • Field

How to Get Involved

At Field


For every $1 donated, the Mid-Ohio Food Collective can distribute $5.22 worth of groceries.


  • Helps with waste minimization.
  • Reduces trash/dumpster fees.
  • Recycles useful product avoiding landfills.
  • Cycles through product more quickly.


  • 1 in every 5 people in Ohio are food insecure.
  • 1 in every 4 children in Ohio are food insecure.
  • MOFC is seeing a 16% increase in demand for food compared to last year.


  • MOFC distributes enough food for 189,000 meals a day.
  • Last year, MOFC served more than 517,000 individuals.

Most Needed Food Items

  • Chili with beans
  • Canned fruit (in juice / light syrup)
  • Tuna
  • Canned meat
  • Soup with vegetables
  • Peanut butter

Drop-Off Location

EASE Logistics, 5725 Avery Rd., Dublin, OH 43026 Field, 96 Columbus Crew Way, Columbus, OH 43215

Crew Fan Appreciation Night Hosted By EASE

Join us, October 1 at stadium for fan appreciation night sponsored by EASE as the Columbus Crew faces off against the NY Red Bulls! Bring a canned food item or donate online.

During halftime, we’ll present a check to the Mid-Ohio Food Collective and celebrate the difference we made with your support!



Saturday, Oct 1, 2022


7:30 p.m


Lower.Com Field
96 Columbus Crew Way
Columbus, OH 43215


Donate with every purchase!

Purchase an EASElixir specialty drink at our SpeakEASEy, located in the main plaza at stadium during any home match between now and October 1. A portion of all proceeds will go to fighting hunger across Central Ohio!

Use #GIVEwithEASE to share how you’re participating!

Thank you to everyone helping us make a positive impact within Central Ohio.