Published September 9th, 2015
Elite Bulletin Partners with White Pony Express
Elite Helper, Daria, walks a dog to help out. Photo provided
Miramonte High School student Jack Jorgensen, the founder of Elite Bulletin - a community platform devoted to connecting local teens with families to complete small jobs - recently announced a partnership between his online service and White Pony Express. "White Pony Express is a nonprofit devoted to picking up excess, unspoiled food from restaurants and deliver it to people in need," says Jorgensen. "They have done a wonderful job in expanding this throughout Contra Costa County with over 100 donors and over 50 recipient partners. Elite Bulletin will be providing them with volunteers to drive (over 21) and minors to help out with washing cars, distributing the goods (food, clothing, school supplies) and delivering them to people in need. I am very excited to be working with such an extraordinarily beneficial foundation." In Lamorinda, White Pony Express picks up food for donation at Whole Foods and the Orinda Farmers' Market. For information about Elite Bulletin and White Pony Express, visit and S. Braccini

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