Cooperative Review - June 2018
Vol68-10 October 2018

SMECO donates 2,300 pounds of food locally

From left to right: Southern Maryland Food Bank Warehouse and Retail Manager, George Mattingly; SMECO employees Mike Campbell, David Lindsey, and Natalie Cotton; and Southern Maryland Food Bank Director Brenda DiCarlo.

SMECO and its employees donated 2,300 pounds of food to the Southern Maryland Food Bank. SMECO is committed to the community and contributes to organizations that support local residents.

Over the course of two weeks, SMECO employees brought in non-perishables, canned goods, and monetary donations that will benefit the Southern Maryland Food Bank.

The SOMD Food Bank has served the tri-county area for over 35 years, working with pantries, shelters, group homes, and soup kitchens to provide direct service to isolated and resource-poor areas.

If you would like to donate, the Southern Maryland Food Bank accepts monetary and non-perishable food donations. All donations are accepted at Southern Maryland Food Bank’s location or by mail at 22 Irongate Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602. You may drop off donations at satellite locations or contribute online. Learn more at southernmarylandfoodbank.com/how-to-donate.