Food Pantry: Many Thanks
To the right is a picture of John Olivieri, Mokena Community Park Foundation President, presenting a $5,000.00 check for our Food Pantry. Also pictured is Jeannine Hetfleisch, Food Pantry Director, Mike Hilton, Food Harvester, and Jim Moustis, Township Supervisor.
The picture below was taken in our Pantry with our volunteers helping stock the shelves.
Here at Phillips Chevrolet, we set out to gather monetary and food donations for local food pantries. Phillips Chevrolet President Curtis Pascarella presented a check for $3,650 to Michael Hilton from the Frankfort Township Food Pantry. These funds will be used to advance their mission of helping local families in need. In addition to monetary donations, each Phillips Chevrolet showroom serves as a year-round collection point for donations of non-perishable food and household items to go to local food pantries. Please join us in helping those in need in our communities. Phillips Chevrolet in Frankfort, Lansing and Bradley has Illinois’ Largest Chevy Inventory and a commitment to giving back to the communities we serve.
Thank you to all of our contributors!
With sincere thanks and appreciation,