Helping Hands Feed the Community
Oct 08, 2018
Shell Puget Sound Refinery employees recently volunteered with the refinery’s contract partner Anvil at the Helping Hands Food Bank to pack more than 3,500 bags of food for hungry children across Skagit County, WA.
Shell Puget Sound Refinery employees partnered with Anvil employees and engaged in a friendly challenge to support the Helping Hands Food Bank in Seder-Woolley, WA during September’s Hunger Action Month.
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Shell Puget Sound Refinery employees put together bags of food for hundreds of children in the community.
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