Publishers Clearing House Gives Back For The Holidays!

Publishers Clearing House Gives Back

The season of giving is upon us and Publishers Clearing House employees are coming together to do all they can to make a difference.

Over the past couple of weeks, Publishers Clearing House employees gathered up some much needed items and donated them to an amazing charity called The INN. The INN, also known as the Interfaith Nutrition Network, is a charitable organization that serves hungry and homeless Long Islanders through soup kitchens, emergency shelters, and long-term housing programs. Founded in 1983 as a single soup kitchen run by a group of concerned volunteers, The INN now serves more than 400,000 meals annually to hungry children, adults, and seniors. Individuals who volunteer at The INN truly have love and compassion for others, and it is such an honor that we get to help them in their mission.

Having a hot hearty meal is very important, especially now when temperatures can easily dip below freezing. Knowing this, PCH employees came together and collected an amazing amount of food to donate to The INN including 200 cans of food, 150 boxes of pasta and rice, and 150 other food items. We also collected 2 jackets and 2 blankets that will provide some much-needed warmth this chilly season.

Publishers Clearing House Donation

Every year around Thanksgiving, Publishers Clearing House gives all of its employees a gift card to use towards their holiday meals. And every year, many PCH employees graciously give back their gift cards so they can be donated. This year was no different. Over $680 was collected in all from gift cards that PCH employees gave back. Publishers Clearing House has been using this money to buy even more food and necessities to donate to The Inn throughout the season.

Being able to help a great organization like The INN has been an amazing experience. It truly is our pleasure as PCH employees to be able to help those in need. If you would like to help the caring individuals at The INN and donate some items of your own, you can visit their website!

Happy Holidays everyone!

Christa P.
Creative Intern

P.S. Do you like to give back during the holidays? What do you like to do?

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70 thoughts on “Publishers Clearing House Gives Back For The Holidays!”

  1. Hi every Body I’m William R I’m a member of PCH I been reading some of your comments the hearts of people is a beautiful thing and the best thing is giving l love helping people specially the homeless and people in need l was homeless a few times. I’ll get up out my tent and ride my bike to the food kitchen and help everyone there in the kitchen l love fedding the hungrey Thankyou PCH keep up the good work God Bless you William R

  2. WYVONNE MCLELLAND says:

    I LIVE IN A SMALL TOWN AND ALL CHURCHES AND PEOPLE IN TOWN KEEP A FOOD PANTRY AND ONE DAY EACH WEEK PEOPLE DROP BY AND PICK UP WHAT THEY NEED. IT IS VERY HELPFUL. IF SOMEONE IS PASSING THROUGH TOWN WHO IS DESTITUTE. THEY ARE TAKEN TO THE STATION FOR GAS . THIS IS ALSO DONATIONS FROM ALL TH CHURCHES IN TOWN. WE HAVE A GREAT AND GIVING PEOPLE IN OUR LITTLE TOWN OF WORTHAM, TEXAS.

  3. Tabberly says:

    I have it hard every year since I was just 16 as a single mom of 5 kids I would start a single mothers home to keep them off the streets I have had a hard life and sill have no home I own or a car simple things that I need but if I had it to give I wouldn’t change from who I am and help who I can

  4. Kathy Smith says:

    I wish to leave toys for “Toys For Tots” and all the organizations that have empty boxes …. Every year we gave to children all the toys my kids grew out of ….and of course I would love to send A merry Christmas to the children of Saint Jude! Thanks to PCH for all the hard work and the thoughts for all winners to help others make Life possible!

  5. Rhonda Boss says:

    I can only give to my grandchildren for Christmas. We won’t have a traditional Christmas meal but hotdogs,hamburgers and beans will fill up our tummies on this special day. Busses do not run on Christmas so my daughter, her husband and our 4 children will have a sleepover until the busses run again on the 26th.

    Today, we took outgrown clothing to a 2nd hand store around the corner to get a discount on clothes for my young granddaughter. She is unable to wear her 3 older brothers outgrown clothes.

    I try to teach them that although extras are minimal, we have love for each other given by God.

  6. Thanks for sharing this interesting post!

  7. Connie Price says:

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  8. Steven Akey says:

    That`s a great thing that ya`ll are doing. Keep up the great work.

  9. Emily Blankenship says:

    I think it’s awesome that the employees are giving back to the people in need.

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