An Abundant Harvest for Hunger

April 25, 2019

Once again, FirstEnergy employees companywide came together to support our yearly Harvest for Hunger campaign. Here is a sampling of some of the fun and creative events.

A group of Toledo Edison employees used their artistic talent to support H4H. Participants held a painting event at the Lakewood Service Center that raised $60.

Showing off their creative works are (l.-r.): Wendy Burden, Trina Myers, Meg Adams, Tammy Michalski, Roseann Ruskinoff and Amy Armstrong.

A group of employees at Potomac Edison’s Martinsburg Service Center made and packaged 144 ham sandwiches for coworkers to purchase to help raise Harvest for Hunger (H4H) funds.

For the 10th year in a row, The Illuminating Company’s Miles Service Center held a H4H breakfast. Kathy Corrigan coordinated the event with the Materials Management team preparing the delicious breakfast. Employees and vendors enjoyed eggs, sausage, ham, hash browns, French toast sticks, sausage gravy, biscuits and toast. This event raised $364, and leftovers were given to St. Malachi’s Church in Cleveland. A total of $2,553 was raised from all Miles Service Center’s H4H events.

L.-r.: Jim Frank (vendor), Charles Lewis, Santo Pinzone, Bob Brown (vendor) and Kevin Antal.