Westinghouse Workers Help Needy Families


December 24, 1991

Employees at Westinghouse in Linthicum have reached out to less fortunate families to provide food, clothing and toys.

Electronic Systems Group Publications and Services employees amassed $1,200 in donations to purchase items in the annual collection, started in 1987.

Nearly 200 employees donated time to clean toys, pack clothes, sort food items and load furniture for 30 families in the Baltimore region.

The corporate headquarters chipped in with 32 hams to be given to families whose names were obtained in part from the Anne ArundelCounty Department of Social Services.

In all, 30 boxes of clothing were donated, as well as 100 large boxes of assorted foods, a child's bedroom set, a desk, stuffed animals, strollers, baby bottles and other infant supplies, children's books, toys and stereos.

In another program, Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group employees dressed 180 dolls and stuffed more than 200 stockings for children for the Annual Salvation Army Holiday Project.

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