tED magazine recently introduced a new column that was created to bring you some positive news in today’s negative world. It’s called “The Good Stuff”, and today we’re highlighting more of the positive news we’ve received from our readers.
Today’s “Good Stuff” comes from Electri-Flex Company, based in Roselle, Illinois:
Electri-Flex partnered with SCARCE and the Dupage County Sheriff’s Department to donate and distribute 600 meals to local community residents in need this Easter. The food drive is sponsored by Electri-Flex Company, the Roselle Police Association Foundation, the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office, Itasca Bank & Trust Co., Fates, Bodily & Parker PLLC, and SCARCE.
The quantity of food donated by local businesses, Electri-Flex employees, and community members has been outstanding. A refrigeration truck was required to house 600 hams. Other donations include cans of corn, boxes of pasta, green beans, baked beans, rice, 200 pounds of potatoes, macaroni, soup, and more. SCARCE and the DuPage County Sheriff’s SWAP teams sorted, boxed, and distributed these 600, ready-to-cook Easter meals to the community in the days leading up to the Holiday.
‘Giving back to the community and helping those in need is a true honor and passion of our Electri-Flex Family,’ stated Blue Kinander Kelly, VP and Owner. This Easter meal donation follows a very successful 1,000 turkey meal donation over the last Thanksgiving Holiday, and PPE donations to the community last year throughout the peak of COVID-19.
tED wants to know about your “Good Stuff”. If you work with someone who is helping other people, or a group of co-workers that’s creating better outcomes, we want to know about it.
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