Employees from the Sentry Hilton Head- Bluffton office hosted a Thanksgiving-themed food drive to donate to a local food bank.
The staff along with Sentry vendors and homeowners collected over 22 bags of food, 12 turkeys and 2 hams to donate to Bluffton Self Help, a local food bank as a part of the Sentry Giving SMILES program.
The drive lasted for a month and collected Thanksgiving foods such as potatoes, stuffing mixes, frozen turkeys, hams, cranberry sauce, and more.
Bluffton Self Help and hundreds of other local charities like this one are supported by Sentry Management and staff through the Giving SMILES Program. The SMILES program is a company-wide program that provides assistance when needed to communities. The program is funded by Sentry and through its employees who opt to donate portions of their paychecks to give back to the communities that they serve.
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