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Golden State Water’s Operation Gobble Donates over 8,000 Turkeys

Image is a turkey dinner.Martin Feinberg, Realtor, was pleased to learn that Golden State Water Company (Golden State Water) worked in partnership with elected officials and different community leaders to distribute more than 8,000 turkeys this November.  The turkeys were donated to organizations that serve both families and individuals who have limited resources.  Golden State Water refers to this annual outreach program as Operation Gobble.

Denise Kruger, Senior Vice President of Regulated Utilities for Golden State Water, stated “Golden State Water serves 76 communities throughout California, and we are able to make a big impact through the Operation Gobble program which provides holiday meals for those who may otherwise go without. We appreciate the partnerships we have with local elected officials and community organizations to ensure the turkeys find their way to those who need them most.”

Operation Gobble is a charitable partnership between Golden State Water and the California Water Association, as well as both local and state elected officials. Employees of Golden State Water distributed turkeys to local community-based organizations, including The Salvation Army, Boy Scouts of America, Lions Club, churches, food banks, senior centers and other nonprofits in the communities it serves.  This includes different organizations within the Culver City Real Estate area.

Golden State Water has been taking part Operation Gobble since 1990. Over the last 28 years, the tradition has led Golden State Water to donate more than 230,000 turkeys through the program.

Image is a drawing of turkey feathers with the words gobble gobble under them.According to Ronald Moore, Golden State Water’s Operation Gobble project leader, “Operation Gobble has become an important part of the holiday season for all of our employees who understand the significant impact a warm Thanksgiving meal can make for our neighbors who have limited resources.”

Local listing agent Martin Feinberg encourages those interested in learning more about Golden State Water’s community partnerships and philanthropic activities to visit gswater.com, or follow @GoldenStateH2O on Twitter and Facebook.