Dozens of Berks County high school students put aside their textbooks and paid a visit to Penske’s corporate headquarters in Reading, Pennsylvania, as part of the Students Interacting with Business program.
Something as simple as a serving of macaroni and cheese – a fan favorite among many children – can mean the difference between a child in need having a meal or going hungry.
andPenske Logistics associates banded together to donate hundreds of boxes of food to the Salvation Army of Reading that will benefit Berks County, Pa. families in need this Thanksgiving. In all, 105 families were provided with the makings of a traditional Thanksgiving meal from the turkey down to the dessert. Each family, on average, received four full boxes of donations, depending on the family size.
Growing up,Penske associate Aphrodite Felix experienced the positive impact of social service agencies like the ones in her native New York community.
Penske Truck Leasing, headquartered in Reading, Pa., was last night honored for its local philanthropic work. The United Way of Berks County gave the company the Tradition in Caring and Eagle awards at its annual dinner.