With their buying power, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and Mid-Ohio Foodbank can use that money to provide more than 50,000 meals.
“We are so grateful to our staff and industry colleagues for their generosity,” said Karpinski Engineering President James Cicero, PE, LEED AP. “Harvest for Hunger is an important cause and a meaningful way we can give back to the communities we live and work in.”
KE Cleveland completed this year’s campaign with their second Harvest for Hunger Happy Hour benefit. More than 100 people attended the event, which raised nearly $8,300. The happy hour featured a silent auction and 50-50 raffle, along with a celebrity appearance by former Indians player and AL Rookie of the Year Joe Charboneau.
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