Masters Gallery employees brighten the holidays



Community giving is at the heart of what Masters Gallery Foods and its employees do. Through partnerships with many local organizations, employees at Masters Gallery Foods organized thoughtful acts of kindness throughout the month of December. Helping families. Toys, sports equipment, jewelry, pajamas, and games to name a few. This is just a short list of what was collected as part of the Annual Holiday Toy Drive, in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul-Plymouth. The third shift employees collected over $600 and went on a shopping spree (above) for families needing some holiday cheer. Granting wishes. This year, in lieu of exchanging gifts, the Maintenance Department chose a charitable organization and donated over $625 to Make-a-Wish. Lifting spirits. Twenty Masters Gallery employees spent the day ringing bells for the Red Kettle campaign and raised $752.32. With the company match, the total donation was $1,504.64 for The Salvation Army. Embodying Masters’ commitment to one of its core values, Masters Gallery employees have the opportunity to “give back” to their local community in an especially meaningful way at this time of the year. “I’m proud of our employees and their ambition to convey a message of hope and inspiration to those less fortunate in our local community,” said Jeff Gentine, executive vice president at Masters Gallery Foods. Submitted photo Community giving is at the heart of what Masters Gallery Foods and its employees do. Through partnerships with many local organizations, employees at Masters Gallery Foods organized thoughtful acts of kindness throughout the month of December. Helping families. Toys, sports equipment, jewelry, pajamas, and games to name a few. This is just a short list of what was collected as part of the Annual Holiday Toy Drive, in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul-Plymouth. The third shift employees collected over $600 and went on a shopping spree (above) for families needing some holiday cheer. Granting wishes. This year, in lieu of exchanging gifts, the Maintenance Department chose a charitable organization and donated over $625 to Make-a-Wish. Lifting spirits. Twenty Masters Gallery employees spent the day ringing bells for the Red Kettle campaign and raised $752.32. With the company match, the total donation was $1,504.64 for The Salvation Army. Embodying Masters’ commitment to one of its core values, Masters Gallery employees have the opportunity to “give back” to their local community in an especially meaningful way at this time of the year. “I’m proud of our employees and their ambition to convey a message of hope and inspiration to those less fortunate in our local community,” said Jeff Gentine, executive vice president at Masters Gallery Foods. Submitted photo

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