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Contact: Laura Jendersee
Crystal D, a Leading Provider of Corporate Awards, Implements New Employee Donation Program
St. Paul, Minn. – March 6, 2007 – www.crystal-d.com - Crystal D, a leading supplier of corporate recognition awards to the promotional products industry, has implemented a new employee donation program for the local food shelf.
The new program, initiated by the Community Outreach Program at Crystal D, allows employees to automatically donate one dollar or more per week to Keystone Community Services food shelf. The donations will help raise $2,000-$3,000 per year for the community.
“This initiative is really a part of helping the community and living our values,” says Chuck Dahlgren, president. “Sometimes it’s something as small as one dollar that can really make a difference in people’s lives. Every employee at Crystal D volunteered to donate, which proves that each and every employee lives the company values in every aspect of their lives.”
Crystal D employees volunteered to have one dollar per week automatically deducted from their payroll check. Each quarter the donations are sent to Keystone Community Services to help purchase food for the less fortunate within the community.
About Crystal D
Crystal D has been a leading supplier of corporate awards and recognition products to the promotional product industry for over 15 years. Crystal D offers over 800 elegant and innovative crystal awards, desktop items and corporate gifts. Crystal D maximizes technology to communicate with its promotional product consultants via e-commerce and an online order tracking system. For more information, visit www.crystal-d.com.
About Keystone Community Services
Keystone Community Services (KCS) is a community-based human service organization serving the Midway and North End areas of St. Paul, the north suburban communities of Ramsey County and beyond. KCS operates a variety of human service programs for all ages across the service area at multiple sites. Programs include a preschool, after school programs for at-risk school age children and youth, IDT (an alternative education and support program for at-risk adolescents), three food shelves, case management for seniors, the disabled and at-risk families, a comprehensive Seniors Program that provides Meals on Wheels, peer counseling and programs for active seniors.