Aaron & Partners Organise Food Drive
8th December, 2014
Leading law firm Aaron & Partners is supporting charities CATH (Chester Aid to the Homeless) and the Shrewsbury Food Bank this Christmas by organising food collections in their Chester and Shrewsbury offices.
Last year the staff at Aaron & Partners donated enough food to fill 12 large boxes, which CATH then shared with people in and around Chester in need of support.
The food drive is organised by the CSR team of Aaron & Partners with all of the staff making contributions over a two week period in the run up to Christmas.
Solicitor Beth Wheatley, one of the organisers of the donation day, said: “The CSR team’s request to support these two charities has been greeted with enthusiasm and we are confident we will meet our target of filling 15 boxes this year.
“It is especially important at this time of year to give something to those that need it most and I am confident that the goodwill and generosity of the staff will be shown through the donations we receive.”
CATH and Shrewsbury Food Bank appreciate all donations, which need to be easily stored and non-perishable.
Aaron & Partners is hoping to beat its fantastic collection last year with a target of filling 15 large boxes by 19 December.
Aaron & Partners would be delighted to receive your donations, so if you would like to support this charitable work please contact Marketing Executive Jude Kenyon on 01244 405418 or email [email protected]
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