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MTM Named to St. Louis Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy List

This year more than ever–as so many people in our communities struggle to attain necessities like food and clothing–MTM is committed to our corporate philanthropy efforts. To date in 2020, we’ve contributed more than $132,000 to inspiring national and regional organizations through our MTM Giving program. In recognition of our contributions, we are excited to announce that the St. Louis Business Journal recently named MTM an honoree in its Corporate Philanthropy Awards! This year, the publication’s annual list focused on celebrating corporate giving in the middle of a pandemic, an effort that MTM and our teams are truly passionate about.

The Business Journal selected honorees based on cash and in-kind donations made to local charities and non-profits in 2019, although every honoree has put a focus on alleviating the stresses of COVID-19 this year. MTM landed at #22 on the list of the top 25 charitable large companies in the region, alongside companies like Schnuck Markets, Emerson Electric, Edward Jones, and more. From local St. Louis-area non-profits like the Urban League, the Little Bit Foundation, and O.A.S.I.S. Food Pantry, to national organizations like Black Lives Matter, the American Heart Association, and the National Kidney Foundation, we are proud to support organizations that make a difference in our communities. While this year has looked a bit different for our volunteer efforts, our staff took opportunities where they could to volunteer at drive-through food distribution events, and even participated in a socially distanced bike build for kids through the United Way.

Congratulations to our MTM Giving team on this achievement, and thank you to our team members for your continued support of our volunteer efforts, donation collections, and in-kind giving programs!

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MTM teammates from the St. Louis region participated in an Urban League drive through food distribution event benefitting local families in need.