Consolidated Carpet helps the hungry with PB&J Sandwich Making Days

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New YorkConsolidated Carpet recently hosted a company volunteer event with the help of St. Francis Food Pantries & Shelters. The PB&J Sandwich Making Days are one of the many events that St. Francis holds in the effort to alleviate the physical and emotional hunger of the less fortunate. St. Francis provides a network of services and programs that counsels, feeds, and clothes those in need.

Associates from the New York and New Jersey offices and warehouse gathered in both locations to make sandwiches for the Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger and the Hoboken Shelter. The volunteers made a total of 3,424 sandwiches. This was a new record for St. Francis and a successful first PB&J Sandwich Making event for Consolidated Carpet.

“Thank you to all who have participated in this great event and helped to feed thousands of hungry people,” said David Meberg, CEO, Consolidated Carpet. “I am proud of our success and the contribution from all of the Consolidated Carpet associates.”

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