Bret Spangler, the Topeka site director for Mars Chocolate presented Vince Frye, president of Downtown Topeka Inc. and Mayor Larry Wolgast with a check for 200 thousand dollars.
The donation took place at a Habitat for Humanity volunteer effort by Topeka Plant Associates as part of M & M’s effort to ‘M’ prove America,” which is designed to fund the construction of Habitat for Humanity homes across the country.
Spangler says it’s all about putting resources back into the community.
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