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Carrollton City Schools receives shoe donation from Southwire

(Last Updated On: January 5, 2023)

Southwire’s People and Culture Department recently donated 25-30 pairs of shoes in various sizes to Carrollton City Schools to assist economically disadvantaged students this holiday season. The goal of this shoe drive was to provide 40 pairs of shoes to families and children in need and engage its workforce in building more sustainable communities. Pictured from left are Marissa Ramos, bilingual parent liaison at Carrollton City Schools; Kelley Law, social worker/families in transition coordinator at Carrollton City Schools; Miracle Martinez, people and culture administrator at Southwire; McKenzie Edwards, people and culture specialist at Southwire; Brittney Berry, foster care point of contact and social worker at Carrollton City Schools; Diane Anderson, people and culture manager at Southwire; and Elsa Portilla, senior people and culture specialist at Southwire.

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