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PCL Construction Fights Hunger by Donating $50,000 Nationwide

Wed December 13, 2017 - National Edition
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This year marks the ninth consecutive year PCL has helped provide local families with holiday meals and food security. Since 2009, PCL has donated more than $1 million to local food banks across the United States.
This year marks the ninth consecutive year PCL has helped provide local families with holiday meals and food security. Since 2009, PCL has donated more than $1 million to local food banks across the United States.

Although America is the world's largest producer of food, children and adults face hunger every day across the nation. With more than 42 million people struggling with hunger in the United States (according to Feeding America), PCL continues its fight to end hunger. In 2017, ten U.S. offices donated to local food banks for a total of $50,000.

“Our work with the food banks across the United States is one of the cornerstones of our community outreach efforts at PCL,” said Shaun Yancey, president and COO of PCL's U.S. operations. “Our extensive operations in these communities gives us a sense of responsibility to do everything we can to support them and help them thrive.”

This year marks the ninth consecutive year PCL has helped provide local families with holiday meals and food security. Since 2009, PCL has donated more than $1 million to local food banks across the United States. This year, donations were made to the following food banks:  

Bakersfield — Golden Empire Gleaners

California — Los Angeles Mission and San Diego Food Bank

Denver — Denver Food Rescue

Hawaii — Hawaii Food Bank and Feed My Sheep Maui

Houston — Houston Food Bank

Minnesota — NorthPoint Health and Wellness and Second Harvest Heartland

Orlando — Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

Phoenix — St. Mary's Food Bank

Raleigh — Raleigh Rescue Mission, Lifeline Outreach OBX and Beach Food Pantry

Seattle — Northwest Harvest and Food Lifeline

For more information, visit PCL.com.




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