MCGRAW HILL'S 5TH ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE 2020
Dear MH New York colleagues,
For the fifth year, the McGraw Hill New York office is again partnering with City Harvest, New York’s largest food rescue organization, which delivers fresh, nutritious food to communities across the five boroughs, every day. Due to the pandemic, the need is greater than it’s ever been!
Did you know…
• More than one in four New York City children face hunger daily.
• A donation of just $36 will help feed 14 children for a whole week.
How Can You Help?
Help us kick off our holiday giving campaign by making a monetary donation to our McGraw Hill New York Office City Harvest Food Drive from Monday, November 9 – Friday, December 4, and help us reach our goal of $8,000. MH senior leadership has already donated $5,000 to City Harvest, using the funds that were allocated to our in-house holiday gathering to kick off our holiday giving campaign.
Simply click Donate Now on this team page to give.
Reminder: If you choose to make a donation, McGraw Hill will support your generosity by matching employee contributions to City Harvest dollar-for-dollar, up to $2,500 (U.S.) per calendar year per employee. A minimum donation of $25 is required before requesting a matching gift.
To request a matching gift for your donation, visit YourCause.com (https://redcubecares.yourcause.com/home#/give/charityprofile/82823/). For more information on our giving guidelines, please visit https://spark.mheducation.com/docs/DOC-97019
As a City Harvest partner, MH employees who donate can submit a photo to be featured on the new City Harvest interactive “It Takes A City to Feed a City” mosaic. The mosaic will be composed of photos of City Harvest donors, volunteers, corporate partners, and staff and will be featured on a City Harvest truck for six months and on a digital billboard in Times Square!
Find out how to submit your photo in my Spark blog here. https://spark.mheducation.com/community/mhe-social-responsibility/blog/2020/11/09/mcgraw-hill-new-york-5th-annual-food-drive-2020
“Hunger is not a problem. It is an obscenity. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Anne Frank
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