PCL Construction gives $10,000 to food banks | SummitDaily.com

PCL Construction gives $10,000 to food banks

EDWARDS – PCL Construction announced it plans to donate $10,000 in 14 operating cities, totaling $140,000 as part of a collaborative effort by each of their districts to benefit food bank organizations nationwide.

As a result of the U.S. District food bank giving initiative, the donations will go to various non-profit agencies to purchase needed food and resources. In the Colorado Mountain Division, the $10,000 allocated will be divided among the Vail Valley Salvation Army Food Pantry, Family Intercultural Resource Center in Summit County and Lift Up Food Pantry in Garfield County.

“With the current state of the economy, our mountain communities have been hit especially hard on many levels,” said Andy McCord, mountain division manager for PCL. “Because of the growing need of local food banks, our business group and employees collectively felt we needed to respond to this community challenge.”

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