As a great Hunger Action Month activity Server Technology Inc., shut down its manufacturing lines for a short time on September 2 to help hungry kids in Northern Nevada. This year at the company’s Pay It Forward event, Server Technology halted assembly of its power distribution units, to assemble over 400 bags of food for the Back-Pack Kids Program for the Northern Nevada Food Bank. The Back-Pack Kids Program distributes backpacks full of food every week to 19 area schools.
“We wanted to do our part to support this great program to help hungry kids and support the Northern Nevada Food Bank,” said Brandon Ewing, president of Server Technology. “It’s tough right now for a lot of people and our company and caring employees want to do our part for kids,” he said.
Organized by Server Technology’s Community Action Team, each department at Server Technology was assigned different food items to donate to the program – from main course dinners to healthy breakfast items and snacks. In past months, Server Technology’s Community Action team has raised money for supply packages for U.S. soldiers in Iraq with an ice cream social and helped build and finance a sustainability garden at Pine Middle School so that local low income kids will have more fruits and vegetables.
About Server Technology
Server Technology, Inc. designs and manufactures intelligent power distribution products and systems for enterprise data centers, service providers and branch office locations. Founded in 1984, Server Technology is recognized as a leader in innovative Remote Power Management solutions. The company’s line of Sentry™ power products eliminates unnecessary trips to remote locations and minimizes the impact of locked-up internetworking equipment on business critical networks, combining intelligent power distribution, remote management and power measurement. Server Technology is located in Reno, Nevada and can be reached at (800) 835-1515