PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP DELIVERS TURKEY BASKETS TO SAN FRANCISCO BAYVIEW-HUNTERSPOINT NEIGHBORHOODS – PG&E, A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE, TRC, AND CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY26 November 2008
Seen from left, Millard Larkin, Commissioner for the San Francisco Housing Authority; Henry Alvarez, Executive Director for the San Francisco Housing Authority; Third Baptist Church Reverend Amos Brown; Commissioner for the San Francisco Housing Authority; Neola Gans – Vice President for the San Francisco Housing Authority; James Bryant – President of A. Philip Randolph Institute; and Jimi Harris – Government Relations Representative for PG&E
On Tuesday, as a part of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) commitment to giving back to the community, PG&E volunteers partnered with TRC, A. Philip Randolph Institute SF Chapter and San Francisco Housing Authority to give out 500 turkeys in Hunters View, Oakdale and Alice Griffith housing developments in Bayview Hunters Point.
“With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, we at PG&E are grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community,” said Jimi Harris, public affairs consultant for PG&E.
“During these hard economic times a lot of people are struggling and this partnership between APRI, PG&E, TRC and SFHA came together to help get people through the holidays,” said James Bryant, president of the San Francisco A. Phillip Randolph Institute.
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