CHAPEL HILL, NC – February 15, 2012 – Jennings, the North Carolina public relations, branding and advertising agency; recently donated 1,000 canned goods to the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) based in Carrboro.
“Every day there are people who must make difficult decisions between buying food, paying for housing, utilities or medical care,” said Jennings President and CEO Dan Dunlop. “Our hope was that this food drive would be help to alleviate some of that concern for those individuals – and through the generosity of our employees and clients we’ve achieved that goal.”
Jennings opened its “cabinet doors” from December to mid-January. Through an online “food bank,” clients and employees at Jennings signed-up to donate canned goods of various fruits and vegetables for the Chapel Hill and Carrboro community.
Since 1963 IFC has been providing help and hope for people in need in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro community. IFC helps to provide people with the basic needs of shelter and food. In addition, IFC helps people to become self-sufficient and reach their goals by providing information, support and access to resources. For more information on IFC, visit http://www.ifcweb.org.