KellyMitchell Chicago traded recruiting for sandwich making as they put together 100 brown bag suppers for Chicago’s homeless. The Chicago office worked with The Night Ministry, a Chicago-based organization that works to provide housing, health care and human connection to members of the community struggling with poverty or homelessness.
“It’s really rewarding to help out those who need it. Nothing says ‘Christmas’ more than giving back to our own community – the same hungry people that we see outside on our way to work every day. It feels so good to know that we all teamed up for the same cause and were able to make a difference, no matter how big or small it was,” said Becky McNicholas.