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Gulfstream volunteers work to repair buildings for good cause

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

Gulfstream volunteers have been working with Hoofs-4-Healing on maintenance and repairs of their buildings, so that the facility can better serve those who are in need of therapeutic horseback riding.

This is part of the Gulstream Volunteer Program, in which employees volunteer at various sites in our area.

"Several times a year, we have our employees canvass Chatham, Effingham and Bryan Counties, and volunteer at various non-profits. We work with Hands On Savannah to see which programs are at risk in the community, and align or employees and their family members with those organizations," said Mark Bennett, Manager, Community Investments, Gulfstream. 

Volunteers were at 10 different sites, which included picking up trash at Tybee Island.

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