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 Go Further: Ford Volunteers Pack, Prepare and Serve Meals to Help Feed Thousands

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DEARBORN - The Ford Volunteer Corps was cooking, baking and boiling, and slicing and dicing on a Ford Accelerated Action Day dedicated to feeding the hungry. More than 600 Ford employees teamed up with nonprofit partners to feed men, women and children in need. MODEL Teams of Ford volunteers also stocked shelves at food banks, packed and delivered food boxes, and prepared and served meals at shelters, residential facilities and soup kitchens.
 
“We depend on volunteers to do what we do,” said Brother Jerry Smith, executive director, Capuchin Soup Kitchen. “Ford has been very supportive over the years beginning at the very top of the organization all the way down to individual employees. We’re very grateful.”
 

 

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12/14/2012 6:00 AM