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ISPN Announces Donation and Employee Matching Program for Harvesters Community Food Network

ISPN Announces Donation and Employee Matching Program for Harvesters Community Food Network

The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating to individuals and families across the United States. In honor of #GivingTuesdayNow and our desire to support immediate relief efforts in our local Kansas City community, ISPN is excited to announce a $2,500 donation to Harvesters Community Food Network. The Kansas City Royals matched ISPN’s donation, so the impact of our donation was immediately doubled to $5,000! ISPN will match up to an additional $2,500 from employee giving throughout the month of May.

Harvesters is a local charity that provides food and related household products to more than 760 nonprofit agencies including emergency food pantries, community kitchens, homeless shelters, children’s homes and others across 26 counties in Kansas and Missouri. The organization distributed more than 47 million meals to hungry people in our region in 2019. ISPN’s donation will allow a minimum of 5,000 meals to be delivered to families in our local communities. We are proud to support such a great organization!

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