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The Proctor Dealerships, which consists of Proctor Acura, Proctor Honda and Proctor Subaru, are proud to play an active role in bettering our community through a variety of ways.


Through our Community Window Project, The Proctor Dealerships are teaming up with local organizations each quarter to 

help spread awareness about their mission and to assist in fundraising for their cause. In each of our dealerships, visitors will find a unique window display, curated by our  community partner to showcase their mission and community impact. 

Introducing our Community Partner

Introducing our Community Partner

The Mission of Second Harvest of the Big Bend is to advance change by feeding the hungry and educating and engaging the community in the fight to end hunger.

Learn more about SHBB and their community impact here!

Community Window Gallery

Community Window

Displays In-Store

Service your Vehicle & Support our Community

Service Your Vehicle & Support Our Community

For customers using the service departments at any of our three stores, we would like to invite you to help us support SHBB by rounding up to the nearest dollar on your service transaction! 

Thank You For Your Support!

Because of your support through direct donations and rounding up your total at checkout in our Service Departments, you helped us raise $1,139.99 for United Way of the Big Bend!

About Second Harvest of the Big Bend

About Second Harvest of the Big Bend

Second Harvest is a nonprofit food bank that collects and distributes food to hunger-relief charities, and through specialized programs and mobile food distributions undertaken with community partners. They are dedicated to reducing hunger and malnutrition, and function as the warehouse for millions of pounds of food and other essential products that go out to the community.

SHBB is a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic food relief organization, and one of three Feeding America food banks in Florida designated for disaster/crisis response.

Second Harvest of the Big Bend operates from a 41,000-square-foot facility located in Tallahassee, FL. The facility includes seven shipping docks, 12,000 square feet of freezer and cooler space, and a fleet of vehicles, including box trucks, tractors, trailers, sprinter vans.

Their Feeding America service area is 12,400 square miles and includes 16 counties: Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla, Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwanee.

Featured Initiative:
Food Bank Operations

Featured Initiative:
Food Bank Operations

food bank operations
Second Harvest’s core program is the food bank. Most operations are in acquiring, storing, and distributing donated and purchased food and grocery items.

Food that is donated comes from national manufacturers, regional farmers, other food banks, wholesalers/distributors, local retailers, food drives, and individual donors. Food is also purchased at a wholesale rate and distributed by USDA Commodities through The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), for which SHBB is contracted with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to distribute to qualifying agencies.

Food collected by Second Harvest is distributed through a network of 135 partner agencies, including other nonprofit charities and local faith-based organizations.

Partner agencies are located throughout the 17-county Big Bend service area, including Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla, Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwanee.

They deliver to each county at least twice monthly, and partner agencies can pick up additional food at their warehouse.

Featured Initiative:
Emergency Response

Featured Initiative:
Emergency Response

shbb emergency response
Second Harvest of the Big Bend food bank serves as one of Feeding America’s three emergency food distribution hubs in Florida. They contribute to the statewide coordination of emergency food and water in response to disasters.

As part of the Big Bend COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disasters) which includes the Red Cross, Salvation Army, the Emergency Operations Center, Volunteer Leon, Big Bend 211 and others, Second Harvest provides food, water and other necessities both before and after a crisis or disaster. Second Harvest also works in conjunction with Feeding Florida and its other 11- member food banks to cover disaster situations throughout the entire state of Florida.

During the Coronavirus pandemic, SHBB provided emergency food assistance to an additional 52,000 Big Bend neighbors who were impacted by the ongoing crisis, which increased the food insecurity in their service area by almost 50%.

And, after Hurricane Michael struck our region in 2018, SHBB distributed 1,586,850 pounds in disaster relief that October.

Second Harvest has also assisted with disaster response efforts for Hurricane Hermine, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Matthew (North & South Carolina), Hurricane Harvey (Texas), the Eastpoint fires, and flooding in southern Louisiana.

Featured Initiative:
School Pantry Programs

Featured Initiative:
School Pantry Programs

The School Pantry Program provides a large bag or box of food to accommodate a family for a few days. There is also a refrigerator or freezer for each pantry, which allows children and families to receive chicken, pork, and beef as well as nutritious frozen fruits and vegetables.

Currently this program operates at the following Leon County schools, and FSU:

Rudieger Elementary School
Fairview Middle School
Oak Ridge Elementary School
Pineview Elementary School
Rickards High School
Sabal Palm Elementary School
Springwood Elementary School
W.T. Moore Elementary School
Astoria Park Elementary School
FSU Food for Thought pantry

How To Help?

Supporters like you are essential to SHBB’s daily impact. Your gift goes to work immediately to provide food and hope for neighbors in the Big Bend. With your support, just imagine what can be done in the years to come. We are barely scratching the surface of what is possible when we work together.


There are many ways to give beyond monetarily! Visit their website to learn about various ways to get involved, including volunteering, sponsoring a distribution, operating a food pantry as a partner agency and other ways!







For more information about the Proctor Dealerships Community Window Project, email sarah_demont@proctorcars.com.

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