Second annual Day of Service benefits local food banks, children in need

More than 175 company employees donated approximately 700 volunteer hours to help sort and organize donated food, and support the needs of abused and neglected children during the second annual Gemini Rosemont Day of Service on October 25.

“Thanks to all the efforts of everyone who participated, we were able to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate,” said Connie Enriquez, Director, Human Resources. “By working together, we’re helping improve the communities where we live and work while building Gemini Rosemont’s culture.”

Employees based in the company’s regional offices worked at the following locations:

Albuquerque – Roadrunner Food Bank
Dallas – Community Partners of Dallas
Denver – Food Bank of the Rockies
Houston – Houston Food Bank
Peoria – Peoria Area Food Bank
San Antonio – San Antonio Food Bank
Santa Fe – The Food Depot
Tulsa — Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

Gemini Rosemont has sponsored a number of philanthropic endeavors since its inception 25 years ago, and established the Garfield Street Foundation in 1999, a non-profit that helps individuals and families in economic crises get back on their feet.