Travel Leaders Corporate Staff Volunteer in Community

 

Travel Leaders Corporate employees volunteering at Everybody’s Tabernacle via the Homeless Emergency Project in Clearwater, FL.
Travel Leaders Corporate employees volunteering at Everybody’s Tabernacle via the Homeless Emergency Project in Clearwater, FL. From left to right: Robert Alvarez, a Homeless Emergency Project volunteer, Judy Mattice, Angie Licea, Dina Logrien and Laura Fortner. 

July 10th marked the Second Annual Travel Leaders Group Day of Giving. Travel Leaders Corporate staff members volunteered at food banks throughout the country as part of the coordinated volunteer effort. The Day of Giving encourages all Travel Leaders Group businesses to give back to their communities in an effort to reduce hunger.

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Travel Leaders Corporate employees volunteering at Feeding South Florida in Pembroke Pines, FL.
Travel Leaders Corporate employees volunteering at Feeding South Florida in Pembroke Pines, FL. From left to right: Pete Camejo, Debbie Wellman, Sandy Girtell and Lu Butler; front row is Natalie, a representative from Feeding South Florida.

July 10th was specifically selected for the Day of Giving as food banks are at their most depleted levels during the summer. For the past month, Travel Leaders Group businesses have been working together in a concentrated effort to reduce hunger by collecting non-perishable food items, raising monetary donations and volunteering for food banks, pantries and shelves throughout North America.

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