October 25, 2019– Union, IowaThe Outreach Program, a leading international nonprofit, based in Iowa, that specializes in fighting hunger worldwide through corporate social responsibility initiatives, such as food packing and employee engagement events, has announced it has promoted Ms. Sarah Bradley to the position of Vice President of Sales. Bradley has joined the organization two years ago and is responsible for strategic business development.

At the Outreach Program, Sarah and her teams serve their clients by helping them take the first step into the hunger space both domestically and internationally. Her team of National Development Coordinators at The Outreach Program engages clients and volunteers in meal packaging experiences. Empowering individuals, bonding teams, advancing local communities, growing corporate citizenship through corporate social responsibility programs, allowing all to have a voice in the hunger space.

By providing clients actionable steps into the hunger spaces, this allows Sarah and her team not only to help feed the hungry; it also will enable them to continue the work of The Outreach Program in developing countries in the fields of safe water, food, medical and education. Growing The Outreach Program’s mission around the world providing safe water, food, medical care, and education to children and those in need at home and abroad. Empowering and enriching lives.

Floyd Hammer, Outreach’s Chairman, stated: “We are pleased to reward Sarah for her tireless efforts and continued success in helping us elevate our organizational growth to the next level.”

About The Outreach Program

The Outreach Program is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) corporation that organizes food packaging events around the country. Outreach has helped to package more than 554 million meals that have been distributed across the United States and around the world. Outreach Meal Packaging Events are set up across the United States to engage businesses, religious and civic organizations, schools, and volunteers of all ages to package nutritious meals for the hungry.

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