Minnesota Power's 'Power Volunteering on the Plaza' benefits four nonprofits

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Minnesota Power’s “Power Volunteers” will spring into action on Thursday to help hundreds of children and families in need gain access to some of the basics that many others take for granted.

Working in assembly-line fashion, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., employee volunteers will gather in shifts on the plaza outside Minnesota Power’s General Office Building in Duluth to package toothbrushes, healthy snacks, warm socks and laundry soap for several nonprofit organizations that serve children and families in the region. The simple act of assembling a snack pack or dental kit is a big help to nonprofits that often can use an extra hand.

By the end of the 2½ hour “Power Volunteering on the Plaza,” Minnesota Power employees will have packaged hundreds of packs and kits for four nonprofits.

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