Joining the social activism consortium formed by Schlesinger Associates, Seek Research and Roger Green and Associates, G3 Translate steps forward to help raise funds for the hungry.
“It is the humanitarian obligation of every person to give back to those less fortunate than ourselves. Our entire staff is onboard in contributing time, money and in getting the word out for donations. For every dollar collected, five meals are given to hungry children and adults. In order to inspire and motivate others in our fundraising efforts, G3 Translate will match the donation, dollar for dollar, up to $500,” states John Labati, Chief Operating Officer.
In addition, representatives from the G3 Translate staff are participating in hands-on volunteerism by working in the soup kitchen distributing food. Contributions are accepted via a “virtual food drive” by calling G3 TRanslate directly.
Note: Donations will be accepted until July 24, 2009.
About Food Bank For NYC
Food Bank For New York City is the major-hunger relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs. Through its citywide network of approximately 1,000 food assistance organizations, the Food Bank helps to provide 300,000 free meals a day to New Yorkers in need. In addition, the Food Bank continues to mobilize its efforts through direct services, benefits access and nutrition education. Every dollar donated to the Food Bank helps to provide five meals to New Yorkers in need.
About G3 Translate
G3 Translate (g3translate.com) is the go-to translation resource for companies seeking assistance with their foreign language needs. G3 Translate serves multinational corporations in the market research, advertising, hospitality, medical device, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors that are operating on a global scale by providing high quality translations in over 100 languages, cultural consulting services, and desktop publishing for multilingual brochures, reports, and marketing collateral.
G3 Translate is headquartered in New York City at 451 Park Avenue South.