EASTHAMPTON —Insa, a cannabis company headquartered in Easthampton, with locations in Easthampton, Springfield and Salem, announced that its Holiday Food Drive exceeded all expectations by bringing in over 2,000 non-perishable food items and more than $2,000 in cash donations for Rock 102.1’s annual Mayflower Marathon.
“Food drives have proven to be something Insa’s patients, patrons and employees respond to very well,” said Insa CEO Mark Zatyrka. “There is always a true feeling of community when we get the chance to give back, and this time is no different. It reminds you that we are all one community, we must support each other.”
Each year, the hosts of the Bax & O’Brien Rock 102 Morning Show set up in the parking lot of the Basketball Hall of Fame, where they accept donations during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Last year, they were able to fill three trailers with donated food for the Open Pantry, and at the pace of this year’s event they hope to surpass that.
Insa’s Lab Manager, Cayla Pagano added, “It’s a great feeling to be able to come to a place where people care for the community as much as the people at Insa do. As we’ve grown, we’ve maintained our focus on the community and I feel like that really speaks to our values as an organization.”