Advanced Thin Films Donates, IH&S Donate Food for Thanksgiving
November 24, 2020
Employees at Advanced Thin Films (ATF), in Boulder, Colorado distributed turkeys to their employees and to the Hmong American Association (HMAAC) of Colorado last week.
With close to half of the ATF workforce originating from East and Southeast Asia, many of whom are of Hmong ethnic background (pronounced “mong”), employees were able to choose if they would like to take a turkey home for Thanksgiving or donate a turkey to HMAAC.
The team donated 45 turkeys and 2 large bags of rice to the HMAAC.
“Thanks for lifting the spirits of this community in a time of hardship,” said a representative from HMAAC. “We at HMAAC, greatly appreciate your donations of turkeys this holiday season. Your support helps to further two of HMAAC’s missions to network with local organizations and provide services and goods to the Hmong Community.”
The turkey donations will help Hmong families in the local Denver area that are affected by COVID-19 this holiday season.
Team members at IH&S in Rochester, New York, also collected non-perishable food items for the Business Council of Rochester Cares, feeding 40 families for Thanksgiving.