We feel that the more fortunate should lend out a helping hand to those in need. That is why this year DataComm Plus is doing a food drive with all donations going to the Hunger Task Force.
We have split our building into two teams with a goal donation of 500 lbs. We have one month to complete this goal, but we are confident that we will surpass the 500 lbs before the month is up.
During this holiday season think about those less fortunate than you and help out. There are many charities throughout the United States and all need help from kind individuals just like you.
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