MBX Systems Cares employees volunteer at Lambs Farm

 
Posted12/27/2018 1:41 PM
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  • The event at Lambs Farm was part of MBX Cares, a company-sponsored philanthropic program that gives each full-time employee one paid day off every year to volunteer. MBX organizes dozens of volunteer activities for multiple organizations annually and also allows employees to volunteer at a nonprofit organization of their choice.

    The event at Lambs Farm was part of MBX Cares, a company-sponsored philanthropic program that gives each full-time employee one paid day off every year to volunteer. MBX organizes dozens of volunteer activities for multiple organizations annually and also allows employees to volunteer at a nonprofit organization of their choice. Courtesy of Jill Schmidt PR

  • For the 17th time since 2014, employees from Libertyville-based technology company MBX Systems volunteered their time to help workers at Lambs Farm on Dec. 7. Employees helped to fulfill catalog orders during the busiest time of year for baked goods at Lambs Farm's Sugar Maple Country Store & Bakery.

    For the 17th time since 2014, employees from Libertyville-based technology company MBX Systems volunteered their time to help workers at Lambs Farm on Dec. 7. Employees helped to fulfill catalog orders during the busiest time of year for baked goods at Lambs Farm's Sugar Maple Country Store & Bakery. Courtesy of Jill Schmidt PR

  • The recent event in Libertyville brought MBX's total 2018 volunteer hours to 720. Other projects at Lambs Farm have included building maintenance, indoor and outdoor painting, farmyard, landscaping/planting, fall clean up, annual rummage sale and assistance at the Magnolia Cafe and Bakery.

    The recent event in Libertyville brought MBX's total 2018 volunteer hours to 720. Other projects at Lambs Farm have included building maintenance, indoor and outdoor painting, farmyard, landscaping/planting, fall clean up, annual rummage sale and assistance at the Magnolia Cafe and Bakery. Courtesy of Jill Schmidt PR

Submitted by Jill Schmidt PR

For the 17th time since 2014, employees from Libertyville-based technology company MBX Systems volunteered their time to help workers at Lambs Farm on Dec. 7.

Employees helped to fulfill catalog orders during the busiest time of year for baked goods at Lambs Farm's Sugar Maple Country Store & Bakery. The event at Lambs Farm was part of MBX Cares, a company-sponsored philanthropic program that gives each full-time employee one paid day off every year to volunteer.

MBX organizes dozens of volunteer activities for multiple organizations annually and also allows employees to volunteer at a nonprofit organization of their choice.

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