CMA Director of Marketing Services, Erin Higgins (left); PR Manager, Kaitlin Friedmann (middle) and Administrative Services Manager, Melanie Kotsonis, drop off Thanksgiving food baskets to HomeFront.
CMA donated eight baskets of non-perishable food to HomeFront as part of their Thanksgiving food drive.
A non-profit organization located in Lawrenceville, HomeFront provides emergency shelter and support services to help Mercer County homeless families get back on their feet. Each year, the organization strives to meet its goal of providing Thanksgiving meals to over 1,800 homeless families in the area. For over a month, CMA employees collected and donated canned goods and other non-perishable items for the drive.
“Year after year, our staff joins together to help local families in need for Thanksgiving,” said Jeffrey Barnhart, President and CEO of CMA. “We hope these baskets will brighten up their holiday.”