Congratulations and thank you to all the amazing Sodexo employees, their families and friends, and our clients, customers and vendor partners who served and celebrated this April as part of Sodexo’s 18th annual Servathon.
More than 39,800 employees and young people participated in service activities, engaging 305 NGO partners to help stop hunger across the United States.
- 305 NGO Partnerships
- 23,736 Sodexo Volunteers
- 43,700 Hours Served
- 18,290 Youth Engaged
- 412,369 Pounds of Food Collected / Rescued
- 176,776 Meals Donated
- $150,841 Raised for Hunger Relief
Servathon shines a bright light on the generosity, compassion, and creativity that Sodexo employees contribute to their local communities all year round. This year we organized fundraisers, held food drives, rescued food, served meals, volunteered at food banks and so much more – all to help fight hunger. Vendor partner French’s Foodservice joined the Servathon fun with a cause-marketing campaign to raise money for Sodexo Foundation.
The Facebook Photo Contest highlights our amazing month of service with incredible hunger relief efforts and dedicated volunteers. The contest generated a lot of buzz on social media, creating more awareness about the issue of hunger and encouraging others to #HelpStopHunger.
Meaningful change is underway around the world, as more people join our STOP Hunger movement. Share this success with your friends and family so we can spread the news even further and gain more support for the STOP Hunger movement. Together we can end hunger in America.
Picture below: Sodexo at Gonzaga University – Servathon Photo Contest Winner. See more Servathon photos and impact.
George Chavel is Sodexo’s Chief Executive Officer for North America and a Sodexo Foundation board member.
Servathon is Sodexo’s global month of service dedicated to fighting hunger in our communities. To learn more, visit www.HelpStopHunger.org