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HTC employees give hope for the New Year

Lisa Beverly (left), HTC Holiday Drive Coordinator, presents a $1,500 check from HTC employees to Barry Long (right), Founder and CEO for Masters Table. Lisa Beverly (left), HTC Holiday Drive Coordinator, presents a $1,500 check from HTC employees to Barry Long (right), Founder and CEO for Masters Table.
Lisa Beverly (center) and Kimberly Hardwick (left), HTC Holiday Drive Coordinators, present a $1,200 check to Henry Stanley (right), Board Member for CAPS. Lisa Beverly (center) and Kimberly Hardwick (left), HTC Holiday Drive Coordinators, present a $1,200 check to Henry Stanley (right), Board Member for CAPS.

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – HTC employees helped raise over $6,300 and thousands of food items to benefit local food banks and charitable organizations during the 14th Annual HTC Holiday Food Drive.

On January 11, HTC presented The Master’s Table with $1,500 and Christian Mission Outreach, CAPS, North Strand Helping Hand, and Community Kitchen with $1,200.

“HTC employees truly have a passion for giving, and this was a great way to conclude our annual employee giving campaign in 2015,” said HTC Chief Executive-Marketing, Economic, and Strategic Initiatives, Brent Groome. 

“For the past 14 years, the annual holiday food drive is one of the many ways that HTC employees connect with the community we serve.  As a cooperative, we recognize the power and spirit of working together to help others, especially those less fortunate.  Our employees consistently strive to help the needy and I am very proud of their efforts day in and day out”, said Groome.

For more information about HTC community initiatives visit www.htcinc.net.

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