Team CRC Serves 250 Meals for the Mission at Kern County
Restoring hope and transforming lives is what the Mission at Kern County promotes, and 20 CRC employees recently got to lend a hand by preparing and serving lunch at the Mission’s homeless center. The team provided 250 servings of tri-tip, mashed potatoes, green beans and cookies, assisted in the kitchen by doing dishes and sweeping, and also helped organize donations.
The Mission at Kern County serves on average 500 nutritious meals each day, every day of the year to those in need. In addition to feeding the hungry, the organization shelters 200 homeless men each night and provides homeless intervention services including a learning center, counseling assistance, medical health care and life management skills. CRC is proud to work with the dedicated men and women at the Mission at Kern County who are committed to providing hope and a stable future to members of the community.
Nic Moir, CRC Senior Petrophysicist, said, “Being able to help prepare and serve meals with my CRC colleagues to those in our community who are less fortunate was a humbling and rewarding experience. We all look forward to working with the staff at the Mission at Kern as volunteers again in the future.”