Access held its third annual volunteer day this past Friday. For the second straight year, the Boston office journeyed to Community Harvest Project in North Grafton, MA, while the Atlanta office visited Operation School Bell of the Assistance League of Greater Atlanta.
The trip to Brigham Hill Community Farm, where the Community Harvest Project operates, ended with Access contributing a long list of services and donations to the project. The team of skilled fabricators from the warehouse built and set up numerous new stations to help the Community Harvest operation run smoothly, while the rest of the group helped plant close to two thousand collard greens and cabbage plants throughout the farm.
Atlanta’s trip to Operation School bell was also a great success, as employees helped tag and box clothing that goes to providing for over 6,000 children in the Greater Atlanta area who are in need; many of whom are victims of homelessness.
If you’d like to learn more about the Community Harvest Project and Operation School Bell, please visit their websites below.
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