Central Collision Center delivered 5,413 items to Alicia’s House Food Pantry Monday morning as a result of the company’s annual Thanksgiving food drive.
|Mike & Nancy Caruso, owners of Central Collision Center, delivered 5,413 items to Alicia's House |
Food Pantry with the help of Central Collision employees and Alicia's House volunteers.
“I’m so impressed that our team was able to nearly double our donation total from last year’s food drive,” said Mike Caruso, president and owner of Central Collision. “ That just shows you the type of people they are – caring and committed whether it’s at work or working to help others.”
Alicia’sHouse Food Pantry, a 501c3 non-profit, works to alleviate hunger by providing food at no cost to low income residents of Peotone, Monee, Beecher, Crete, Steger, University Park and South Chicago Heights. Located at 17 Paulsen Avenue in South Chicago Heights, Alicia’s House Food Pantry accepts food, clothing and toiletry donations year-round.
For more information, visit Central Collision Center’s blog at www.centralcollision.com.