Some team members of THOR Industries were out of its sites and out of sight last week but for a good reason. Rather, the team lent out a hand to Church Community Services (CCS), making soup packages, assembling food boxes, and more.
Last Tuesday, the RV maker’s team members extended their help for three programs at CCS, a non-profit organization in Elkhart, Indiana, that supports those experiencing food and financial challenges.
Volunteers from THOR labeled 480 bags of soup and brownies, made 152 curry soup packages, laid down 15 garden rows, assembled 3,000 pounds of standard food boxes, and made 12 plant trays in the greenhouse.
In a LinkedIn post, the company announced that it is “honored to have the opportunity to give back to our community through organizations like Church Community Services (CCS)”.
“It is always a rewarding experience to partner with organizations that directly impact our community in a positive and enriching way. It was great to see our THOR team members working together to help Church Community Services with their various needs. From sorting and boxing food to working in the greenhouse and gardens, and finally assisting in their Soup of Success program, team members got an opportunity to give back to our community and help a great cause,” THOR Director of Community Engagement Rick Schutt said.
As part of its community involvement, the company also supports United Way and Habitat for Humanity.
THOR Industries is the sole owner of operating companies that altogether represent the largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles.
For more information on the company and its products, please visit www.thorindustries.com.
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