Chicago, IL — FocalPoint Chicago joined Patriot Capital to volunteer at the Greater Chicago Food Depository, an organization that provides food and hope for residents of Chicago and Cook County, Illinois.
Our group helped prepare 15,200 meals to be distributed to several local food assistance programs. In connection with this event, FocalPoint made a generous financial donation. Please join us in thanking the FocalPoint team members who participated: Thomas Mills, Michael Fixler, Connor Mitchell, Hector M. Torres, JD, MBA, Conor Williams, Jessica McDonald, Daniel Duffy, Michael Stotz, and Matthew Cumbee.
The Greater Chicago Food Depository, also known as Chicago’s Food Bank, believes that a healthy community starts with food. The Depository acts as the hub for a network of more than 700 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other programs that provide food where it is most needed. The organization also addresses the root causes of hunger with public benefits outreach and job training programs. As the face of hunger in communities has changed, the Food Depository has evolved with programs to address the specific needs of diverse groups, including children, older adults, and veterans.
By taking hunger off the table, the Greater Chicago Food Depository enables families and communities to face challenges with confidence, both today and in the long-term, providing nutritious food as an investment in health and hope.
We are grateful for the opportunity to work with the Greater Chicago Food Depository. To learn more about the community initiatives and causes we support, visit FocalPoint’s Corporate Social Responsibility page at: www.focalpointllc.com/community.