Banana Republic Sends Volunteers to Center
In celebration of Gap Inc’s 45th anniversary, Mount Kisco’s Banana Republic sent employees to the Community Center to help out in different areas of our operations. The parent company, which opened it doors in 1969, said it is committed to fostering community involvement by its employees.
Claudia McLaren (pictured above), who recently offered her time in the donation room, said she was eager to volunteer and learn about the organization. “I’ve been working at Banana Republic for five years and I am happy to give back to the community; learning about the Center and how it works is a real eye-opener.”