DMC and Siemens Team Up for Hunger Task Force
DMC joined Siemens teams from Chicago and Milwaukee for a service day with Hunger Task Force on June 5. Frank Riordan, Tim Jager, Jon Carson, and Kevin Ferrigno teamed up with Siemens partners to build 880 Stockboxes of healthy food to be distributed to low-income seniors free of charge.
Hunger Task Force's mission is to maintain every person's right to adequate food obtained with dignity through advocacy and food banking. A 100% community-supported organization, over 5,000 Hunger Task Force volunteers work each year work to prevent hunger and malnutrition by providing food to people in need today and by promoting social policies to achieve a hunger free community tomorrow.
By building 22 pallets of Stockboxes, the DMC and Siemens team helped ensure monthly access to healthy and nutritious foods for Milwaukee-area seniors. Hunger Task Force delivers around 10,000 boxes each month to help low-income residents stretch their budgets. Each box contains 16 nutritious items including rice, cereal, juice, beef stew, pasta and vegetables.
"The service day was a great team building experience for DMC employees and our friends at Siemens," said DMC President Frank Riordan. "It was wonderful to come together in support of a locally funded and run organization that has a direct impact on strengthening the community."
For more information on Hunger Task Force, visit www.hungertaskforce.org.
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