On April 22, 2020, Supervisor Don Wagner presented the Marconi Automotive Museum & Foundation for Kids a Certificate of Recognition for COVID-19 Food Efforts.
The award reads, ‘With the utmost gratitude, I would like to thank you for your selfless humanitarian efforts. Your production and donation of over 9,000 meals for needy community members is truly appreciated.”
Al Murray stopped by to give staff the good news!
If you’re new around here and have no idea why the museum is being recognized for food efforts regarding COVID-19, catch up on all the hard work by reading the previous blog post. Click here.
For those who simply want the bullet points, here’s the basics:
- The Marconi opened up its kitchen to OCC Food Recovery after it lost its kitchen at Orange Coast Community College.
- OCC Food Recovery accepts donated food and re-purposes it into healthy meals for donation.
- Organizations benefited so far include: Thomas House Shelter, Working Wardrobes, Orangewood Foundation, OC Food Bank, Unidos South OC, assisted living homes, individual Orange County families, and more!
If you’d like to contribute to the Marconi Foundation for Kids initiative of helping at-risk children’s charities throughout Orange County, please donate by click here.
The Marconi Automotive Museum & Foundation for Kids is a class 501(c)(3) foundation that donates a portion of net proceeds from hosted events and automotive tours to local at-risk children’s charities throughout Orange County.