Anchor Plastics, Inc. Cooks for Kids at the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery

Minnesota-based injection molding company reaches out and volunteers to cook a meal and eat dinner with Crisis Nursery children.

Golden Valley, MN, August 31, 2012 --( A group of six Anchor Plastics employees, including President/CEO Steve Rogers, volunteered their cooking skills and time to Cook for Kids at the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery on Tuesday August 28, 2012. The kids were very excited to eat the food and were even more excited for the dessert.

Anchor Plastics, Inc. has volunteered at the Crisis Nursery in the past and plans to continue doing so in the future. The volunteers not only cooked the meal, but also got to sit at tables with the children and share good conversation and food. It was a great experience for the Anchor staff and the kids were very gracious and thanked them for their visit.

“It is very rewarding to spend time with these kids,” says Warehouse Associate, Bobby Lopez. “I wish we had more time with them.” President/CEO, Steve Rogers, couldn’t agree more. “It is always such a joy to go to the Crisis Nursery. It is something we have done in the past and we plan to go more frequently in the future.”

To get more information on how to volunteer and be a part of this great experience you can call volunteer services manager, Danielle Brady, at 763-226-2062 or visit

Anchor Plastics, Inc. is a manufacturer of injection-molded products. For over 40 years, Anchor has specialized in high precision plastics, designs, and processes. Its market is diverse and includes but is not limited to automotive, aerospace, military, and medical. Anchor attributes most of its success to the quality of its customers. Therefore, it is committed to improving its products and services so as to enable the continued prosperity of both its employees and its customers.
Anchor Plastics, Inc.
Ellie Karamati