MINNEAPOLIS Minn. — November 28, 2023 — Team members from Associa Cities Management (CM) a leading provider of community management services throughout the Twin Cities Metro and Western Wisconsin region, recently volunteered with Harvest Pack food bank in St. Paul. Approximately 20 CM team members spent part of their day packing oatmeal for distribution to local food pantries. In just 2½ hours, they packaged enough food for 10,880 meals. It was a great team building event and a fun way for the company to give back to the local community.
Team members from Cities Management volunteered with Harvest Pack food bank
and packed 10,880 meals that will be distributed to local food pantries.
Founded in 2012, Harvest Pack is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian hunger relief nonprofit organization. Harvest Pack addresses food insecurity by supporting volunteers in bringing meal packing events to their local communities. Harvest Pack’s healthy meals are then donated to established nonprofit partners who distribute to food insecure communities. Though Harvest Pack’s primary focus is fighting hunger in the U.S., they are proud to support global needs with selected international organizations as well. To donate or volunteer visit www.harvestpack.org/volunteer-opportunities.
The event was part of Associa’s Great Giveback, an annual company-wide event where team members receive paid time off to volunteer with a deserving organization in their region. The goal is to reinforce the company’s commitment to supporting neighborhoods and building stronger relationships in the communities it serves. Other organizations where Associa team members have volunteered include the Humane Society, Meals-on-Wheels, and Ronald McDonald House.
With more than 225 branch offices across North America, Associa is building the future of community for nearly five million residents worldwide. Our 11,000+ team members lead the industry with unrivaled education, expertise, and trailblazing innovation. For more than 43 years, Associa has brought positive impact and meaningful value to communities. To learn more, visit www.associaonline.com.