CHG's marketing and IT departments showed there's nothing like a little friendly competition to do some good in the community.
The departments went head to head to see which could donate the most to the Utah Food Bank. After all was said and done, the marketing department brought in 680 pounds but IT emerged victorious with 1,054 pounds, earning a free lunch on the marketing department.
To conclude the festivities, members from each department spent some time at the Utah Food Bank on June 17, to help build food kits for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), a federal/state and public/private effort that creates monthly food packages designed to provide protein, calcium, iron and vitamins A and C for those populations that need it.
The effort required teamwork and precision‚Äîeach food package had to have all the contents packed in exactly the right order and quantities (as a few participants learned during the quality check!). Within 90 minutes, the collaborative effort yielded six pallets worth of food packages for the program!