RockItCoin Supports Nourishing Hope in the Fight Against Hunger


As part of its RockItCoin Gives initiative, RockItCoin is making a Bitcoin donation to Nourishing Hope, one of Chicago’s largest and longest operating hunger relief organizations, in an ongoing effort to combat hunger and poverty in the local community. Additionally, several of RockItCoin’s dedicated employees are volunteering their time to assist Nourishing Hope in their mission.

RockItCoin founder and CEO Michael Dalesandro expressed his enthusiasm for Nourishing Hope’s efforts: “RockItCoin is proud to support a remarkable organization like Nourishing Hope with a mission that mirrors our own commitment to the Chicago community. We believe in the power of collective action and are excited to make a meaningful impact in the fight against hunger.”

RockItCoin employees assisted the Nourishing Hope team in packing orders for Nourishing Hope’s online market, providing hands-on support for the organization’s mission of providing food and hope in Chicago. The Bitcoin donation will further aid Nourishing Hope in their tireless efforts to provide food, support, and a brighter future for Chicago’s most vulnerable residents.

“We are so grateful for the support from RockItCoin,” said Kellie O’Connell, CEO of Nourishing Hope. “With the help of innovative and civic-minded companies like RockItCoin, we can grow our impact to serve more of our neighbors in need throughout Chicago.”

As a Chicago-based company, RockItCoin understands the importance of giving back to the local community. The RockItCoin Gives initiative was created to make meaningful contributions to organizations like Nourishing Hope, which are dedicated to improving the lives of those in need.

Gáspár Incze is the youngest member of the team. Currently a university student, he is studying management at Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Gáspár participated in several social initiatives, having volunteered as a tour guide at the Teleki Castle in the village of Gornești and currently working at ÉRTED, a Transylvanian Hungarian student initiative committed to community work, mainly in the cultural, scientific, economic, and environmental areas.