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geoAMPS Associates Donate Over $6k in Groceries to Mid-Ohio Foodbank

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geoAMPS is happy to support #GivingTuesday today, which is celebrating its five-year anniversary as a global day of giving to kick off the charitable season. 

Once again, geoAMPS associates have made voluntary donations to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank for the holiday season. THANK YOU to all of our associates for donating $6,320 worth of groceries this year. According to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, of those receiving food:

  • 35% are children under 18 years. 8% are 5 years and under.
  • 71% finished high school and 23% have some college or a 2-year degree. 5% have completed college or beyond.
  • 1 out of 5 are homeowners. Just 5% are homeless.
  • The average household size is 2.8 people.
  • The average household income during the previous month was $1,000*
Xan Bonneau
Xan Bonneau
Xan Bonneau is a Brand Strategist with the geoAMPS Marketing Team.

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