W&O Employees Volunteer at Local Food Bank

Press Release
Monday, April 01, 2013
Photo: W&O

Employees of W&O, an international supplier of products and services to the marine industry headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., volunteered their time with the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Florida last week.

The employees volunteered their time sorting and stocking food during the workday as part of W&O's corporate responsibility program, Time2Help. Time2Help is an initiative launched by W&O's parent company, Pon, that allows employees to dedicate 1% of their time—or two full days per year for full-time employees—to work on a community service project, which is part of the company's overall investment in the local communities in which its employees live and work.  W&O's employees' time contributed to Pon's goal of giving back more than 12,000 hours of volunteer time to local communities worldwide.


 

  • Photo: W&O

    Photo: W&O


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