Off The Clock: Cantor & Team Orthodontics
Employees from South Middleton Township-based Cantor & Team Orthodontics volunteered at the Project Share food pantry in Carlisle, an interfaith nonprofit that provides support to 1,000 families every month. Team members included, from left, Dr. Richard Cantor, Danielle Grogan, Lindsey Jacoby, Joan Crusey, Kerry Smith and Miki Quigley.
Swatara Township-based IT services firm Alliance Business Technologies collected and delivered food, water and supplies for victims of Hurricane Florence to Harvest Hope Food Bank, a hunger relief nonprofit with locations in North and South Carolina. Donations and support came from Fastsigns of Mechanicsburg, Carey Associates, Pet Smart of Harrisburg, Blue Chip Federal Credit, East Side Film Company, Anderson Pro Painting, John F. King Attorney at Law, the Brickhaus Downtown, and individuals. Penske of Harrisburg provided a discount 26-foot box truck rental to transport the 14,200 pounds of goods. Shown above, from left, are Chad Nagle, managing partner of Alliance Business Technologies; Danielle Nagle, treasurer of Alliance Business Technologies; and Jim Harper of Harvest Hope Food Bank.
This photo was published online on November 10, 2017.
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