Edison Volunteers Help Fight to End Hunger and Homelessness for Veterans

Edison Volunteers Help Fight to End Hunger and Homelessness for Veterans

Edison International also donated $25,000 to sponsor United Way’s HomeWalk.

Edison volunteers add peanut butter and apricots to food boxes being packed at the Orange County Food Bank as part of National Family Volunteer Day.

Food boxes were almost as big as some of the youngest Edison volunteers at the Orange County Food Bank on National Family Volunteer Day.

Green-shirted Edison volunteers were among 12,000 participants in United Way's HomeWalk 2015 5k walk/fun run at Exposition Park in Los Angeles.

Green-shirted Edison volunteers were among 12,000 participants in United Way's HomeWalk 2015 5k walk/fun run at Exposition Park in Los Angeles.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 10:00am

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Steve Henderson and Michael Resendez could have spent Saturday watching college football or otherwise enjoying an unseasonably warm Southern California autumn day

But instead, Henderson laced up his walking shoes for United Way’s HomeWalk 2015 5K walk/fun run at Exposition Park in Los Angeles while Resendez manned two shifts at the Orange County Food Bank as part of Edison International’s efforts for National Family Volunteer Day.

For the two men, the events had special meaning because they focused on military veterans, specifically to fight homelessness and end hunger.

Read full story in Edison's Online Newsroom.