With the generous donation of 700 chickens, Case Farms, helped ensure the Morganton Outreach Center’s annual Thanksgiving food distribution event was a success. The event is the nonprofit’s largest of the year.
“For those who are faced with food insecurity, the holiday season can be a difficult time,” said Jon Strange, vice president and general manager of Case Farms Morganton. “We are more than happy to donate to such a wonderful event and do our part to provide delicious meals for hundreds of families and individuals in our community during the holidays.”
Case Farms has made donations to the Morganton Outreach Center since 2009. The center is a nonprofit organization that envisions a community where all individuals have the opportunity to improve their quality of life through motivation, education, cultural opportunities and enriching experiences. Their mission is to empower children and their families in Western North Carolina to break the cycle of generational poverty by providing hunger relief, job training and education.
“We’re extremely thankful for the generosity and support we’ve received from Case Farms,” said Holly Johnson, CEO, Morganton Outreach Center. “Support from local partners such as Case Farms, allow us to succeed in providing hope to less fortunate families in our community. Together, we can make a difference by offering these families a much appreciated meal this holiday season.”
Source: Case Farms