MFS AmeriCorps member Jeremy Carter was recently featured in the Oregonian for his work with the Conscious Alliance Food Drive and the Oregon Food Bank. David Sarasohn writes:
“As this year’s AmeriCorps worker at Lynch Wood Elementary School, working with students and families, he knew about the needs at the high-poverty school, where all the students get free breakfast and lunch daily. So when the Oregon State grad’s second employer, the 671st Engineer Company — he’s a reservist — had 18 frozen turkeys remaining from a donation from Safeway, he had an idea what to do with them. Then it was just a matter of telling his manager at his third job, at Dutch Bros. Coffee, not to be surprised if 18 turkeys spent a few days in the business’ refrigerator.”
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