Simmons Employee Foundation Gives 50,000 Pounds of Food Goes to Madison County Food Pantries

On Friday the Simmons firm, through the efforts of the Simmons Employee Foundation, completed its annual food drive, raising over 50,000 pounds of food for Madison County food pantries. Today we’re delivering that food to four different shelters throughout the county:

Crisis Food Center in Alton
Collinsville Area Ministerial Association
Community Care Center in Granite City
Community Hope Center in Cottage Hills

Thank you to our employees that opened their hearts and wallets to give back. Thank you to those who worked up a sweat to load the trucks. And thank you to all of these food pantries for the critical, life changing work you do.

I can’t think of a more satisfying way to start the week of Thanksgiving.

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