Coronado Binding Systems Does its Part to Stop Hunger
Olathe, Kansas-based Coronado Binding Systems announced its employees worked together between Nov. 16 to 20 to donate an impressive 326 lbs. of canned foods, boxed foods and everyday household items. In addition the company raised $500.00 in monetary donations to the Harvesters group. All told, the donations provided enough food and resources to produce 2,750 meals.
Harvesters, started in 1979 by a group of concerned community members, is currently Kansas City’s only food bank and a clearing house for the collection and distribution of food and household related items. Its network includes more than 550 nonprofit agencies, including emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, children’s homes, homes for the mentally disabled and battered person’s homes.
Coronado Binding Systems has been a family owned and operated business since 1977, specializing in custom presentation products.
For more information on Coronado Binding Systems, visit www.coronadobinding.com.
For more information on Harvesters, visit www.harvesters.org.