Gilbarco Greensboro Facility Donates an estimated 12,000 Hours to Serve Their Neighbors on October 2
On October 2, more than 1500 Gilbarco employees will join forces to give back to their communities. Gilbarco has offered all employees a full work day to volunteer as part of a team, or with the community organizations of their choice. Gilbarco’s Greensboro location joins over 175 other Fortive company locations around the world in this Day of Caring initiative.
In Greensboro, Gilbarco Veeder-Root employees will be working on approximately 15 projects to feed the hungry, boost educational opportunities, support veterans, assist hospices, and fight homelessness.
“With over 1500 employees in the area, Gilbarco is committed to supporting the community by giving back its time and resources,” said Steve Moule, President of Gilbarco North America. “We have a long history of working actively to enhance and help our community. We are pleased to extend that tradition to kick off our first Fortive Day of Caring.”
Throughout the day, Gilbarco employees will be contributing an estimated 12,000 hours to cleaning up parks and recreational areas, visiting schools and assisted living centers, making care packages for veterans and hurricane relief, and packing toiletry and snack kits for those in need.
Some of the organizations that will participate in the day include: Volunteer Center of Greensboro, The Salvation Army, Newcomers School, Guilford Education Alliance, Back Pack Beginnings, City of Greensboro Parks and Recreation, and The Last Dons.
About Gilbarco Veeder-Root
Gilbarco Veeder-Root is the worldwide technology leader for retail and commercial fueling operations offering the broadest range of integrated solutions from the forecourt to the convenience store and head office. For over 150 years, Gilbarco has earned the trust of its customers by providing long-term partnership, uncompromising support and proven reliability. Major product lines include: fuel dispensers, pump media, point-of-sale systems, payment systems, tank gauges, software development and integration, fleet management systems, and nozzles.