This holiday season, Dietrich wanted to celebrate the season of giving in a variety of ways. First up was Giving Tuesday in which the home office staff organized a food drive to support a local food bank, the Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard. They collected holiday food items to ensure the families supported by the Cupboard would be well stocked for the winter. In addition, they offered employees a company match program in which Dietrich would match an employees’ contribution to a charitable cause of their choice up to a specified amount. “A lot of our team is involved with their churches or non-profits that greatly rely on all sizes of financial contributions to get by, especially during the holidays when the communities they are serving are in the greatest of need” Krista Koteles, Vice President of Marketing at Dietrich. The company’s annual tradition of giving Cookies 4 Kids’ Cancer was also in full swing this season. Dietrich sends clients the delicious cookies whose proceeds go to childhood cancer research. “Cookies 4 Kids’ Cancer has become a special tradition for us. Our clients rave about the cookies and supporting a great cause while thanking them for their continued business. We are excited to announce that we are working closely with Cookies 4 Kids’ Cancer to develop an annual partnership with their amazing organization” Krista Koteles. Dietrich’s philanthropic efforts will continue well into the New Year as they are gearing up to sponsor The Special Olympics upcoming Polar Plunge in support of the Philadelphia area Special Olympic programs.