Compliance and risk office second harvest food bank-3179

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Compliance and risk office second harvest food bank-3179

  1. 1. Super Service Challenge Entry on behalf of: Second Harvest Food Bank Located in New Orleans, Louisiana
  2. 2. Corporate Volunteer: Capital One Efforts took place on October 21-22, 2013, during ONE Week
  3. 3. Our Team 75 associates volunteered over two days, in four or eight hour shifts
  4. 4. Question 1: Who did you serve, and what did you accomplish that day? In addition to donating $2,000, three volunteer groups from Capital One worked with Second Harvest Food Bank during the company’s annual ONE Week of service. Associates helped distribute a massive amount of produce donated from a local food show, as well as helped repackage more than 45,000 pounds of food at the food bank’s warehouse.
  5. 5. Video of Volunteers at Second Harvest Warehouse Second Harvest Volunteer Video Second Harvest employs an efficient sorting system to effectively unpack donations, examine the food, sort it into categories, and repackage the donations for distribution. And, working the conveyor system was FUN too!
  6. 6. Question 2: What is your team's plan for an ongoing relationship with the nonprofit? Capital One encourages all associates to participate in our annual ONE Week volunteer efforts. Second Harvest Food Bank is one of our regular community partners.
  7. 7. Question 2: What is your team's plan for an ongoing relationship with the nonprofit? (continued) Our group enjoyed volunteering at Second Harvest so much, we plan to select this group for our ONE Week volunteer activity next year. In addition, we are on watch for any additional volunteering opportunities during high need periods, like the holidays.
  8. 8. Question 3: What would your nonprofit do if they won part of the prize money? Second Harvest Food Bank would utilize the prize money to continue their critical mission to feed the hungry. Second Harvest assists 250,000 people in the New Orleans and surrounding area annually with their food needs. Currently, they are able to provide enough food to serve an estimated 63,000 meals each week.
  9. 9. Question 3: What would your nonprofit do if they won part of the prize money? (continued) Awarding Second Harvest prize money would allow them to reach even more people in need. In America, no one should go hungry. Second Harvest is leading the fight against hunger, and we should support them in their mission financially and with our time.
  10. 10. The Best Reason to Award Financial Support to Second Harvest Food Bank Ten dollars donated to Second Harvest provides 28 meals to community members in need. Most of us spend $10 on one meal at a fast food restaurant. The impact Second Harvest is able to make with so little demands our attention and support.

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