Markhoff & Mittman, along with ten other local businesses in the Westchester County area are hosting a community-wide food drive to ensure local food banks are well stocked and in a position to help as many local families as possible this holiday season. The ‘Hope for the Holidays Food Drive’ will take place from December 3-19th with official drop-off boxes at eleven locations.
Local residents are encouraged to drop-off non-perishable food items such as canned goods, rice, pasta, cereals, peanut butter, jelly, etc. All donations will benefit Neighbors Link located in Mt. Kisco. Donations will be delivered on Thursday, December 20th.
Event organizer, White Plains based disability law firm, Markhoff and Mittman encourages everyone to get involved and support those in need this holiday season.“When it comes to feeding the hungry, no donation is too small. We encourage everyone to check their cabinets or pick up a few extra items at the store and bring them to an official drop-off location for the drive. We are a community which supports one another, and this is an excellent way to serve those in need,” says Brian Mittman, Managing Partner of Markhoff & Mittman.
For more information on the ‘Hope For The Holidays Food Drive’, please contact Jane Fogelson at 914-220-9269.