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MCU Partners with City Harvest to Give Back to Kids across NYC

In the spirit of giving back this holiday season, Municipal Credit Union partnered with food rescue organization City Harvest to participate in the organization’s first-ever Repack on the Road event held at the MCU Corporate Office on Thursday, December 14, 2017. The initiative included more than 30 MCU employees who volunteered their time to pack and donate more than 600 nutritious snack bags to children at the Stuyvesant Heights Daycare.

“Giving back to our members, where they work, learn and live, is a shared value across the credit union,” said MCU Employee Engagement Coordinator Brooke Durrah who helped to organize this event. “Today’s City Harvest ‘Repack the Road’ created another opportunity to demonstrate our promise to continue to build lifetime quality relationships. With commitments from all levels of staff, across all departments, MCU employees were delighted to participate in this very worthy cause to benefit our Brooklyn Community. We are thrilled that we could offer our time and talents to such a worthy cause!”

In addition to these volunteer efforts, MCU donated $10,000 to City Harvest. This donation will go towards supporting the organization as it works to rescue and deliver another 40,000 pounds of nutrient dense food for communities in need.

“Food insecurity is a very real problem in our city,” said MCU Vice President of Public Relations/Corporate Communications Michael Mattone. “Our long-standing support of City Harvest and its initiatives across New York City have made it possible for us to make a difference for the many children and families who we call our neighbors with something as simple as a nutritious meal. We look forward to continuing this partnership for years to come.”

Today, nearly 1.3 million New Yorkers struggle to put meals on their tables and we have scaled up our efforts to fight hunger. This year, City Harvest will collect 59 million pounds of excess food and deliver it free of charge to 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other community food programs across the five boroughs. By redirecting this nutritious food from supermarkets, manufacturers, farmers markets, and restaurants to our neighbors in need, we support our local communities and reduce the environmental impact of food that would otherwise go to waste.

MCU Partners with City Harvest to Give Back to Kids across NYC

In the spirit of giving back this holiday season, Municipal Credit Union partnered with food rescue organization City Harvest to participate in the organization’s first-ever Repack on the Road event held at the MCU Corporate Office on Thursday, December 14, 2017. The initiative included more than 30 MCU employees who volunteered their time to pack and donate more than 600 nutritious snack bags to children at the Stuyvesant Heights Daycare.

“Giving back to our members, where they work, learn and live, is a shared value across the credit union,” said MCU Employee Engagement Coordinator Brooke Durrah who helped to organize this event. “Today’s City Harvest ‘Repack the Road’ created another opportunity to demonstrate our promise to continue to build lifetime quality relationships. With commitments from all levels of staff, across all departments, MCU employees were delighted to participate in this very worthy cause to benefit our Brooklyn Community. We are thrilled that we could offer our time and talents to such a worthy cause!”

In addition to these volunteer efforts, MCU donated $10,000 to City Harvest. This donation will go towards supporting the organization as it works to rescue and deliver another 40,000 pounds of nutrient dense food for communities in need.

“Food insecurity is a very real problem in our city,” said MCU Vice President of Public Relations/Corporate Communications Michael Mattone. “Our long-standing support of City Harvest and its initiatives across New York City have made it possible for us to make a difference for the many children and families who we call our neighbors with something as simple as a nutritious meal. We look forward to continuing this partnership for years to come.”

Today, nearly 1.3 million New Yorkers struggle to put meals on their tables and we have scaled up our efforts to fight hunger. This year, City Harvest will collect 59 million pounds of excess food and deliver it free of charge to 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other community food programs across the five boroughs. By redirecting this nutritious food from supermarkets, manufacturers, farmers markets, and restaurants to our neighbors in need, we support our local communities and reduce the environmental impact of food that would otherwise go to waste.

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