CARROLLTON, Texas, July 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A group of volunteers from Blue Jay Wireless participated in the company's Give a Day initiative at Minnie's Food Pantry in Plano in July. That visit became more than just a regular volunteering effort. When the Blue Jay team arrived, the staff of Minnie's informed them of a crisis at hand. Their main walk-in freezer had shut down overnight, leaving thousands of dollars worth of meats spoiled and unusable. Cheryl "Action" Jackson, Minnie's founder, was in shock to discover the malfunctioned freezer, knowing it meant they would have to turn away so many people for the day. Boxes of dry goods were handed out to those in need who did come by that morning, in lieu of the meat being unavailable.
Blue Jay made a donation to allow Cheryl to go buy new meat and other food to replace everything that was lost. Other groups on hand donated cleaning equipment and supplies to help in the effort. With the greater task at hand, an assembly line of humanity pitched in to do anything and everything needed to get things back to normal, so Minnie's can continue being a source of meals for Plano and beyond, as soon as possible.