Teaming Up to Feed the Homeless
An important element for all companies is growth and is commonly reflected in a company’s bottom line. Like many businesses, Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) measures growth through the bottom line; however we also believe growth occurs through giving back.
On June 12, 2017 SBS held a give back event with a goal of assembling 500 sandwiches in an hour, which were donated to The Sandwich Project MN, a grass roots organization built on anonymous donations of time, talent and treasures. All donations are given and used with the purpose of feeding those less fortunate.
We reached our goal of making 500 sandwiches in only 35 minutes. “It’s always great to be work at a company that recognizes and supports the importance of giving back to the community. After all, giving back is only one of many ways to grow as a company,” said Deb Ranelle, SBS Marketing Manager.
About The Sandwich Project
The Sandwich Project was established with a starting goal of feeding 150 homeless people in Minneapolis, MN as many times a year as possible, with the ultimate goal of doing it every day of the year. Today, they are helping to feed about 4,500 people per week through various shelters and food shelves!
About Survey and Ballot Systems
Survey and Ballot Systems has been setting the standard in election management since 1990. We connect associations, organizations, cooperatives and credit unions with their members through online, paper and hybrid elections, surveys and evaluations. For more information, please visit https://www.surveyandballotsystems.com
Since joining SBS in 2011, Tony has led company communications, branding, and product launches, maintaining SBS as the go-to for governance solutions. He regularly hosts educational webinars and speaks at national trade association events across the United States. Tony’s expertise has earned him media recognition, with features in outlets like Rural Electric Magazine, The Association Adviser podcast, Associations Now, and NBC’s King 5 Mornings in Seattle.