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System Pavers Spread Holiday Cheer to Those in Need
System Pavers Spreads Holiday Cheer to the With Tender Loving Care Women's Shelter for Women and Children in Fullerton, California and to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County
By: Marketwired .
Dec. 26, 2012 12:00 PM
SANTA ANA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/26/12 -- As a gesture of goodwill, System Pavers hosts not one, but two holiday drives in benefit of the Orange County, California community this winter season. With much to be grateful for, System Pavers celebrates their 20th year within the home improvement industry by helping those less fortunate.
A Fullerton, California-based women's shelter, With Tender Loving Care was in serious need of socks this year. Such a simple luxury, so easily taken for granted, the System Pavers Santa Ana branch and corporate office in California joined forces to donate over 100 pairs of socks as the cold weather approached. System Pavers recognizes the importance of a happy home and wishes to warm the hearts (and feet) of the WTLC families this holiday season.
System Pavers didn't stop there. With a staggering 240,000 in need of canned goods and personal care items in Orange County, the System Pavers team, once again, went to work. Eagerly joining in unison to spread holiday cheer to their community, filling collection bins full to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County.
"All of us at System Pavers are very grateful for all we have and want to give back to as many people as we can at times of need," says Ila Barot-Oldakowski, Director of Marketing for System Pavers. "We share our efforts not as a means to be recognized, but as a way to encourage others to give thanks for their blessings by paying it forward to those in need this holiday season and beyond."
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