FORT WASHINGTON, PA (October 30, 2019) – Giving back. That’s what CMC aims to do with its volunteer events throughout the year.

This year’s first event was held October 30 at the Connecticut Food Bank, where nearly 60 CMC employees sorted and packed food for needy neighbors.

The Food Bank serves a six-county area in Connecticut and works to help meet the needs of the nearly 270,000 people in its service area who are food insecure. Last year, the Food Bank distributed enough food to provide more than 21 million meals to people struggling with hunger.

“l enjoy participating in the volunteer day because I love being able to give back to my community,” said Tiffany Murphy, an administrative assistant in Connecticut. “It’s great that CMC gives its employees the opportunity and time to lend some help to those who need it.”

“We’re thrilled to welcome team members from CMC for a volunteer day at Connecticut Food Bank,” said CEO Valarie Shultz-Wilson. “Every dollar donated and every hour given help to provide nutritious food to people in need. I hope this is only the first of many times we will welcome CMC volunteers!”

 

 

About CMC Energy Services

CMC Energy Services is a certified women-owned business (WBENC) that supports more than 30 utility energy efficiency programs, representing residential, low-income, multifamily and commercial markets. To date, CMC has worked closely with major utilities and government agencies across America to provide energy audits to more than 500,000 residences and 50,000 commercial buildings and employs more than 250 people administering energy efficiency programs in 10 states. CMC Energy Services’ mission is to promote energy efficiency nationwide. Its programs provide broad economic, energy, environmental, public health and employment benefits on a national level. It is our goal to see regulators, energy providers, and companies such as ours work together to deliver these results. Most recently, CMC was named one of the Top Workplaces in the Delaware Valley for 2019 by the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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