Pella and Philabundance: Sorting and Packing Food at the Philabundance Hunger Relief Center

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This summer, we've been dedicating our time to Philabundance. With them, we've been sorting and packing food into boxes for Philabundance to supply to various homeless shelters and food kitchens. 

Philabundance serves over 900,000 people a week and is Delaware Valley’s largest hunger relief organization. 30% of who they serve are children. 

Helping to feed children has long been a passion for Regional Manager, Reggie Stacy, and we are grateful to be in a position to help Philabundance provide meals to students during the summer.Philabundance

Philabundance distributed 25,000,000 pounds of food both throughout their own distribution as well as though soup kitchens and relief shelters over the course of 2017.

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So far, we've volunteered on June 14th, June 18th, July 17th, and are planning to volunteer again here soon on July 27th. Phillabundance

The amount of energy, passion, and positive comments we've seen throughout our organization in support of this initiative makes us incredibly thankful to work with people so willing to give back and help their community! We're looking forward to our next time volunteering and also further exploring how else we can help this great organization.Philabundance

Reggie Stacy

About The Author

Reggie Stacy is the Regional Manager of Gunton Corporation’s Philadelphia Division, the largest distributor of Pella Windows & Doors in the country. He has over 30 years of industry experience and has worked in management leadership in the Pella network for over 25 years. Reggie’s greatest strengths are his creativity, drive and leadership. He thrives on challenges, particularly those that expand the company’s reach and best impact our CX - Customer’s Experience. Off the field, Reggie is an avid music fan and enjoys family and friends.

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