The Orlando office recently hosted a donation drive to collect items as part of the Sentry Giving Smiles program and collected 3,012 items total, breaking a previous record of 2,702 items.
The total items donated for the year is now up to 9,995 items. The items donated included food, clothing, hygiene products, pet supplies, and items for children. The items were donated to the Sharing Center, an organization that focuses on preventing hunger and homelessness for families and individuals in crisis.
The Sentry Giving Smiles program is a company-wide charitable program that gives back to community members in need. This and hundreds of other local charities 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 employee contributions.
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