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What Santa’s Helpers Look Like

Masked up to hide their true identities, Federal Ammunition and CCI Speer employees show the true meaning of spreading holiday joy with donations to local community non-profits.

On December 23, Federal employees in Minnesota delivered 1,900 pounds of turkeys and hams to their local Anoka County Brotherhood Council Food Shelf (ACBC). During the pandemic, ACBC has seen an increase from 1 in 8 to 1 in 5 children experiencing hunger. ACBC has adapted with a drive-through distribution of food and clothing to ensure the safety of their volunteers and families in need.

Federal employees delivering boxes of turkeys and hams to a local food shelf.

Earlier in December, Federal employees filled awaiting toy bins to support the Toys for Joy Minnesota program. Toys for Joy assists families in the Anoka County area that are in need during the holiday season. They assist those families that may otherwise be unable to provide gifts and meals to their children. Federal went one step further with a $2,500 donation to the organization.

Federal employee and Toys for Joy employee with donation check.

In Lewiston, Idaho, CCI Speer primer assembly employees purchased and donated food to their local food shelf for delivery the day before Thanksgiving.

Primer assembly employees standing behind all of their food donations.

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