In Indiana, Vigo Volunteers, Duke Energy Come Through for the Hungry

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In Indiana, Vigo Volunteers, Duke Energy Come Through for the Hungry

By Sue Loughlin, Tribune-Star
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Another one: Mick Newport, the director of human resources for the Vigo County School Corp. loads another box on the palette to be delivered during Tuesday's food drive. Tribune-Star/Austin Leake

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 5:05pm

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Tears of joy streamed down Anita Cheeks’ face as Duke Energy volunteers took box after box of canned foods and other non-perishable items into the basement of St. Joseph’s Church parish offices.

“This is such a blessing,” she said, and it will free up funds enabling the church’s Samaritan Ministry food pantry program to purchase more perishable items, including meat. 

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Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Community Development | Corporate Social Responsibility | Duke Energy | Employee Engagement | Employee Giving | Food Drive | Hunger Relief | Non-Profits | Partnerships | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives

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