IBM (NYSE: IBM) and its some 10,000 workers across North Carolina will observe the 100th anniversary of the company’s founding with a variety of activities on June 15 and 16.

A “Day of Service” is set for June 15, and IBM will ask its workers, retirees and business partners to put one volunteer efforts in each of the state’s 100 counties over the remainder of the year.

Triangle efforts on Wednesday focus on “Stop Hunger Now,” with 100,000 meals to be packaged for distribution to the needy.

Big Blue Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Sam Palmisano has already called for global volunteer efforts from the company’s more than 400,000 employees. As of last week, Palmisano said more than 60 percent of workers had already volunteered. He will be participating as well. (Read details here.)

Locally, IBM says its workers have contributed 55,000 hours of service and volunteered another 35,000.

Other efforts in the Triangle region include the providing of 100 days of dinner at the Healing Place of Wake County. The 100th day is Wednesday.

IBMers also are working with Girl Scouts, Urban Ministries of Durham, United Way and Share Our Shoes program.

On June 16 the company will have a cookout and birthday cake at the RTP campus.

For more about IBM’s 100 years, read here.

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