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Massey Services Helps Those in Need During the Holidays

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Massey Services team members rallied together to bring holiday cheer to children and families throughout Central Florida by donating toys, food, gift cards and clothing to many organizations in the region.

| January 10, 2014

ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services team members rallied together to bring holiday cheer to children and families throughout Central Florida by donating toys, food, gift cards and clothing to many organizations in Central Florida.  Each Corporate department selected an organization and the team members enthusiastically shopped, wrapped and delivered gifts to The Christian Sharing Mission; Children’s Home Society of Florida; Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care; Fern Creek Elementary School Foundation; Second Harvest Food Bank and State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Osceola.

Tony Massey, president & COO of Massey Services, was proud of each department for their participation.  “We simply distributed a list of organizations that were in need of help and our team members pulled together and sprang into action,” stated Massey.  “It was amazing and heartwarming to see all of the packages designated to all of the different organizations.”

 

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