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Timken packages 21K meals, donates 1K pounds of food for Rise Against Hunger

Nov. 1, 2021

The Timken Co., a manufacturer of engineered bearings and power transmission products, partnered with international hunger relief organization Rise Against Hunger (RAH) to package meals for food-insecure communities across the globe.

"Timken is committed to achieving greater impact and serving as a leading corporate citizen in our communities,” said Heather Wuebben, HR manager – belts and chain.  “We’re thrilled to support RAH’s efforts to help those in need.”

The Clinton and Fulton plants combined to collect more than 1,000 pounds of non-perishable items for local food banks. Additionally, Dave Dehlman, president - belts and chain, hosted a corporate golf fund-raiser and 80 Timken volunteers participated in a meal-packing competition. The three events raised $2,000 for local food banks and the volunteers packed 21,000 meals for global communities in less than an hour.

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