Target’s employee resource groups (“ERGs”) are hosting their first Community Engagement Forum: MLK Day of Service event. For our team, we can’t think of better way to honor Dr. King’s memory and his contribution to our country. Our team’s goal is very simple, in that we hope that this experience elevates and increases awareness of the critical role that various non-profit organizations play in supporting our Twin Cities community.
We will be staffing an informational table from 1400-1600 along with building two mendocino benches that will be a collaborative with Wounded Warrior Project for a donation to Hiawatha Beach.
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