For Immediate Release
October 13, 2017
Jack Nathan Health Donates $5,000 to Mayor’s City-Wide Food Drive
I want to recognize the entire team from Jack Nathan Health for being such compassionate corporate citizens and for their incredibly generous donation of $5,000 in support of the Mayor’s 2017 City-Wide Food Drive #OneBagChallenge initiative, Mayor Bonnie Crombie said today.
Today, October 13, marks the final day of this popular, annual city-wide food drive Thanksgiving campaign, Mayor Crombie said, adding that “our goal is to raise $125,000 and 225,000 pounds of food by end of day today. This would make it the food bank’s biggest Thanksgiving ever and the team from Jack Nathan Health are helping us get closer to achieving and exceeding our goals.”
George Barakat, CEO, Jack Nathan Health said “Jack Nathan Health is honored to be participating in Mayor Crombie’s 2017 Food Drive Challenge, as a part of the Mississauga Food Bank’s Annual Campaign. We are happy to provide our contribution to help Mayor Crombie reach her goal and share in the vision that no one goes hungry in Mississauga.”
George Barakat and Michael Marchelletta, Jack Nathan Health President, formally presented their donation today to Chris Hatch, Executive Director of The Mississauga Food Drive.