12th Annual Turnaround Atlas Awards
Food & Beverage Restructuring of the Year
NORPAC Foods Chapter 11 restructuring and sale of assets to Oregon Potato Company and processing facilities to Lineage
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SCP INSIGHT SERIES
WHEN IT COMES TO GIVING BACK, SCP DEFINITELY WALKS THE WALK.
Employees are given an extra day off to volunteer each year with any organization of their choice, and team members are constantly encouraged to seek out initiatives they’re passionate about. Below are some of the organizations and non-profits that have touched our hearts, and given us the opportunity to return the favor:
American Contemporary Ballet’s mission is to produce and present choreographic works of the highest quality which exemplify dance as a musical art form.
The mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. The children we serve are fighting for their lives, and their families are doing everything that they can to help them in their battles.
NGA works to improve the lives of economically disadvantaged individuals and families by collecting and distributing new clothing, linens and personal care products.
Develop and provide innovative clinical programs for treating and rehabilitating patients of all ages and for preventing disease.
Provide outstanding care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders and through the support of the Orthopaedic Institute for Children Foundation, to provide care for children regardless of ability to pay and advance care worldwide for all musculoskeletal patients through medical education and scientific research.
The Richstone Family Center is dedicated to treating and preventing child abuse and trauma; strengthening and educating families; and preventing violence in families, schools and communities.
Under the governance of a community-based Board of Trustees, Torrance Memorial serves the public interest by:
Improving the community health within the scope and expertise of its resources
Offering the most current and effective medical technologies rendered in a compassionate, caring manner
Maintaining long-term stability in order to assure its strength and viability for the benefit of the community