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Many hands made light work at the Hands for Hunger pantry on Carmichael Road as corporate partners joined forces.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Many hands made light work at the Hands for Hunger pantry on Carmichael Road, Monday, as corporate partners joined forces to stock shelves and stuff packages.

Cable Bahamas Group of Companies President and CEO, Franklyn Butler and Aliv CEO John Gomez got to work, leading by example.



For Butler, it reminded him of his early days packing bags but it’s part of a larger mission.

From fresh produce to canned goods, Hands for Hunger Executive Director Keisha Ellis says the help in the pantry was invaluable.

This week, corporate partners will help the pantry feed its 500 families.

If you or someone you know is in need of help, visit handsforhunger.org/help to sign up for assistance from Hands for Hunger.

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