(Pictured above: Warner Bros. employee volunteers in the kitchen at Project Angel Food in Los Angeles.

Warner Bros. employees have been working to make a difference in their communities through several recent volunteer efforts. One of the latest initiatives is the company’s work through Impact– a company-wide program in which the organization partners with nonprofits and encourages employees to take time from their work days to volunteer.

On Thursday, Warner Bros. employees put on their aprons and joined new Impact partner Project Angel Food in the kitchen. Volunteers helped to prepare hot meals for people homebound or disabled by HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Led by head chef John, who has worked at the organization for 18 years, Warner Bros.’ Impact volunteers helped to package 1,400 meals in just 4 hours.

Just last month, Black Employees (BE) at Warner Bros. and several other Warner Bros. colleagues attended an unveiling ceremony of the first apartment that the volunteers renovated of the Jenesse Center’s transitional housing shelters as part of Halle Berry’s “What A Little Love Can Do” campaign. The project took four months to finish and will give a family the amazing opportunity to live a reality free from domestic violence.

See photos below of the employees in action at the Project Angel Food kitchen, as well as a group photo of the employees who helped renovate the housing shelter: