Lending a helping hand – charitable giving

Charitable giving is a great way to connect within your community and with fellow coworkers. But more importantly, charitable giving helps people that are in need for one reason or another (job loss, illness, etc.). Charitable giving by definition is the act of giving money or other items of value to charitable organizations without expecting anything in return. That’s where Circle Of Concern comes in.

Circle Of Concern Food Pantry in west St. Louis County serves thousands of people of all ages every year. Their goal is to “provide a variety of resources that empower individuals and families to become self-sufficient.” Their main focus is to provide food for struggling families, but they do more. Circle offers financial support, scholarships, job mentoring, children’s programs, and holiday events.

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. is proud to support COC with an annual food drive at the office. Collecting all sorts of canned food, boxed meals, and personal care items to help stock the shelves at the food pantry. “We feel fortunate to be able to help out in our community. Circle Of Concern is a remarkable organization that works with, provides for, and guides families in crisis. That is something we want to be a part of,” stated Kim Schaefer, CPA, President and Chief Operating Officer.  “The Circle of Concern vision is to improve every life in our community by reducing hunger and poverty. We are more than happy to help.”

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Circle Of Concern. Care. Compassion. Charity. Courtesy. If you’d like to learn more or donate, visit www.circleofconcern.org or call (636) 861-2623. A little goes a long way…and can make a world of difference.

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