We Need Your Food Donations!


ASMC is conducting a food drive for the Capital Area Food Bank, an organization that feeds people in the Washington, DC, metro area who are suffering from hunger. You can help those in need by donating food and nonfood items. For a list of most wanted items, read the PDF flyer below.


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Appreciation Letters


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Operation Gratitude Virtual Letter Writing Event

2 December 11:00 – 13:30

 

To sign up and hear more details on logistics, please send an email with your name, email address, and phone number to Jeff Norris (jnorris@kpmg.com) and Wendy Schiffman (wschiffman@kmpg.com).

 


ASMC Community Service Event!

 Give Back to Your Community Weekend

Friday December 4, 2020 through Sunday December 6, 2020

  

We invite you to join your fellow ASMC Washington Chapter members as we give back to our local communities through donations of food, toys, goods, money or time. 

We are looking for as many volunteers as possible and hope you’ll join us in this easy yet meaningful community service event! Please select a local charity that interests you and search their internet site or contact them to determine how you can help. There are many charities in need of our assistance, including Toys for Tots, Capital Area Food Bank, Operation Gratitude, Goodwill, and local foodbanks as well as other charities that interest you.

 

Please complete your donations during the weekend of December 4 through 6, 2020.  After you complete your donation, please send your name and the organization you helped to jnorris@kpmg.com. If you are willing, we also encourage you to share your donation story and pictures that we can include in a future newsletter article.


Helping Our Community One Meal At A Time


On September 17, 2019 and January 28, 2020 twelve ASMC Washington Chapter members donated their time and talent to help DC Central Kitchen.  DC Central Kitchen prepares and deliver more than 5,000 meals to partner homeless shelters, rehabilitation clinics, halfway houses, and afterschool programs each day.

The team of volunteers gathered at DC Central Kitchen to help the kitchen staff with various tasks for the morning. Wearing hair and beard nets and aprons, the team was divided into small groups to help the DC Central Kitchen staff in different parts of the kitchen. The volunteers cut vegetables for bolognese sauce, helped prepare the Bolognese sauce, cut various fruits, prepared meals and snack boxes for community centers, and helped DC Central Kitchen with other tasks. At the end of the morning, the team had time to reflect on the impact the organization makes in our community and enjoyed a delicious lunch prepared by the kitchen staff at DC Central Kitchen as a gesture of their gratitude!   Thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers!