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Rice drive benefits P2P

Published 12:04 pm, Sunday, April 20, 2014
  • For several years, GE Asset Management employees in the Asian-Pacific American Forum (APAF) have hosted a rice drive to benefit Person-to-Person's emergency food pantry. This year, the APAF team delivered 150 pounds of rice plus $600 in cash. With a cash match from GE, P2P will be able to purchase more than 2,800 pounds of rice - enough to stock the Norwalk and Darien emergency food pantries for close to a year. Above, P2P Executive Director Ceci Maher (left) and In-Kind Manager Pat King (right) flank APAF team members Vaidheesh Krishnamurti, Sushand Koyambreth, Catherine Koh and Asmath Mohammed. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / Darien News Contributed
    For several years, GE Asset Management employees in the Asian-Pacific American Forum (APAF) have hosted a rice drive to benefit Person-to-Person's emergency food pantry. This year, the APAF team delivered 150 pounds of rice plus $600 in cash. With a cash match from GE, P2P will be able to purchase more than 2,800 pounds of rice - enough to stock the Norwalk and Darien emergency food pantries for close to a year. Above, P2P Executive Director Ceci Maher (left) and In-Kind Manager Pat King (right) flank APAF team members Vaidheesh Krishnamurti, Sushand Koyambreth, Catherine Koh and Asmath Mohammed. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed

 

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For several years, GE Asset Management employees in the Asian-Pacific American Forum (APAF) have hosted a rice drive to benefit Person-to-Person's emergency food pantry. This year, the APAF team delivered 150 pounds of rice plus $600 in cash.

With a cash match from GE, P2P will be able to purchase more than 2,800 pounds of rice -- enough to stock the Norwalk and Darien emergency food pantries for close to a year.