Tuesday, August 21, 2012

This volunteer work? A can of corn

Employee volunteers sort 6 tons of food.
A team of employees who work in our customer processes and operations support group recently sorted food at Hunger Task Force. The activity was part of the Create a Day of Service initiative that was launched in 2011 as a way to make the communities where we live and work a better place and serve customers in a unique way through employee participation in volunteer activities.

Our volunteers worked together for three hours sorting food and personal care items into boxes.

“Thank you for your group’s help in sorting more than 12,000 pounds of food on Aug. 15. Hunger Task Force is grateful for your efforts in the fight against hunger in our community,” said Justine Kipper, community relations manager – Hunger Task Force. “Food sorting is an important first step in feeding Milwaukee’s hungry, and volunteer groups such as yours are making this possible on the front line. Can by can, and box by box, you’ve sorted and built a supply of healthy and nutritious food that will feed families across Milwaukee.”

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