Mintz + Hoke completes successful Connecticut Food Bank food drive

Connecticut Food Bank, an organization that solves tough challenges, stretches donated dollars and makes a difference in the lives of the nearly half a million food-insecure people in Connecticut, visited Mintz + Hoke to receive a $2,500 donation from the agency’s holiday campaign.

During an agency-wide event attended by the team and Connecticut Food Bank Engagement Coordinator Kerri Burgerhoff, Ron Perine, president, Mintz + Hoke thanked agency partners, friends and team members who supported the holiday food drive. “The fight against hunger and mission to provide nutritious food to people in need is an ongoing challenge that the Connecticut Food Bank takes on every day. We were honored to receive support from our friends and partners in our holiday campaign. We know our donation will help people who need it most, and for that we thank you.”

The successful virtual food drive was supported by clients and team members. A donation of about $10 to the Connecticut Food Bank can feed one person for an entire week. In addition to supplying more than 22 million pounds of food to programs across 127 cities and towns in our state, the Connecticut Food Bank works with more than 4,000 volunteers to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors who struggle with hunger.

To learn about the different ways to support Connecticut Food Bank, follow #MHCanDo. To donate to the Connecticut Food Bank, visit

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