At Lojistic, we hold a high standard for corporate and community responsibility. We are a for profit company trying to make an impact in the nonprofit sector. As a part of our corporate Greater Good Initiative, our team (plus friends, family, customers, and other willing volunteers) dedicates two normal workdays each year to volunteer an d help alongside organizations working for the 'greater good'. We call these volunteer days: Greater Good Service Days.
The first Greater Good Service Day of 2014 will be
on Monday February 17, 2014 Mary's Kitchen in Orange, CA.
In 1984, 82 year old Mary McAnena helped a homeless woman in Hart Park, Orange, California. This was the beginning of Mary's Kitchen.
Mary's home became the scene - volunteers helped with the cooking, transported the food to Hart Park and served the men, women and children who were homeless and in need.
Mary's Kitchen is staffed 100% by volunteers and underwritten by private donations from individuals, churches, local corporations, grocery stores, caterers, students from local schools including Chapman University and others.
On average 100 people come to the Kitchen each day for breakfast, a hot meal, a bag lunch to go for dinner, hot showers, clean clothes and attention from caring volunteers who give them hope.
The team at Lojistic is proud to work alongside this great cause!
517 W. Struck Ave.
February 17, 2014
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