Times are changing and there continues to be a great need to help those who may be struggling this holiday season.
Post Consumer Brands recognize this need and rallied together as a team to be able to help.
On Friday December 9th, organizers with the Giving Tree came over to the factory and were presented enough gifts for ten children.
On Friday December 16th Post Consumer Brands reached out to St. Peter’s Anglican Church where they kindly offer a warming station for those without housing and provided them with a Christmas Dinner with enough to feed approximately 50 people. Their dinner included turkey, stuffing, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, squash, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls and cupcakes for dessert.
On Tuesday December 20th staff were joined at the factory again by the Salvation Army and loaded their van with non perishable food items to help those in need this holiday season.
“There is no greater joy than knowing that you are helping someone that may be down on their luck.
I am proud of employees for stepping up in times like these. They never disappoint.
“We would like to wish our community a very Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for the New Year,” said Rhonda Trail, Training Coordinator Post Consumer Brands adding, “we look forward to being able to continue to support our community in the future”