Salt Lake City, UT (August 19, 2022) Throughout the spring and summer, 4Life employees volunteered for the Foundation 4Life food pantry in collaboration with the Granite Education Foundation.
Foundation 4Life Director Jenna Lisonbee: “Earlier this spring, our great 4Life employees showed up in force to support our efforts at the Granite Food Pantry. Then, throughout the summer, we transitioned to volunteer at the Millcreek Elementary Food Pantry.”
4Life employees stock shelves, remove outdated items, assemble and disassemble racks, break down cardboard boxes, and clean the pantry while families visit for staples. Pantry items include bread, beans, rice and noodles, canned fruits and vegetables, and 4Life Fortify.
With more than 64,000 students in 87 schools, Utah’s Granite School District is one of the largest in the country. Of all Granite students, 48% are economically disadvantaged. The district oversees 32 food pantries.
Lisonbee: “Many of us enjoy comforts others in our community lack. Foundation 4Life gives us an opportunity to give back, and it’s wonderful to see so many employees join together to do just that.”
4Life, the Immune System Company®
, and the first to bring transfer factor research to market, has offices in dozens of countries to serve the company’s worldwide customers.
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