Why should I respect the millennials employees at the Gaston @Haskell store in Dallas? They are nothing but non-caring souls who can't even show any enthusiasm or cooperation to a Senior citizen that has been doing charity with the homeless for 19 years..8 years as an official 501 (c)(3) non-profit.
The fact is this store use to donate their leftover food to various non-profits, However, IF these non-profits don't pick up this food on a timely and dependable basis sometimes the whole system falls apart. Evidently that is what has happened at this store So, I requested this leftover food from them over two weeks ago (once a week on Thursday evening for distribution to the homeless on Friday morning) only to be met with childish non-action. I spoke to the manager, Cody, twice on this issue, sent him three emails and left him some impressive info on my charity cause, In return I got ZERO email reply from him even though he told me that he answers all his emails. Just a lie.
Anyway it's really sad when these young employees show so little interest in stepping up to the plate like mature adults and trying to make a charity effort a success. I am not the least impressed with the young people working at this store. Very selfish and self-serving.
And as I sit here at this store typing this letter a big bag of leftover food just went out the door to the dumpster. So sick!
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