Red Hawk continues to serve the local communities through volunteerism and charitable donations. In the past several months, Red Hawk employees have given their time, collected food and donated Christmas presents.
In September of 2017, Red Hawk partnered with St. Vincent de Paul’s Beans & Bread Center, a homeless day resource center. Since its opening in 1977, Beans & Bread has been serving meals “restaurant style” where guests are seated and served by volunteers. A group of volunteers from Red Hawk stepped up to serve the guests of the Beans & Bread Center and will continue to support Beans & Bread on a quarterly basis.
Red Hawk employees also collected nearly 200 lbs. of canned and dry goods for the Maryland Food Bank during their Holiday Food Drive in November. The Maryland Food Bank collects and distributes food to individuals and families in need – providing over 41 million meals each year. In January, Red Hawk will sponsor an annual volunteer event at the Food Bank where employees sort, prepare and pack food to be distributed to the needy.
Additionally, Red Hawk continues its support of the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program when they adopted eighteen Angels this Holiday Season. Employees selected and purchased gifts to be donated to the “Angel” children including clothing, shoes, coats, books, and toys. The Angel Tree program provides gifts to children in local communities across the country in the hopes of making their Christmas brighter.