Hogan Design & Construction donates 250 Thanksgiving meals to Aurora food pantry

 
 
Updated 11/15/2016 12:23 PM

Hogan Design & Construction, a company that believes in paying it forward in communities throughout Northern Illinois, is donating 250 individual meals to The Orchard Community "Feeds A Family" Thanksgiving Holiday program, benefiting the Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry.

"Since opening our doors in 1997, our company has grown due to the tremendous support of communities and families throughout Northern Illinois," says Brian Hogan, owner of Hogan Design & Construction. "We saw this program as a way of giving back and supporting those in our community that need assistance this holiday season."

 

Each $16 meal donation through the Orchard Community 'Feeds A Family' program provides a family of six with a complete Thanksgiving meal with a turkey and all the fixings. The HDC donation, valued at $4,000, will provide 250 families with a joyous holiday meal.

HDC hopes that anyone in looking to provide for those in need during this season of giving, consider donating to this very worthy cause.

For information on The Orchard Community's "Feeds A Family" Thanksgiving holiday program, visit www.theorchardcommunity.com/feedafamily/.

Established in 2001, Hogan Design & Construction has established a reputation for honesty, outstanding craftsmanship and superior customer service, all at a fair price. It has built its reputation on integrity and the work completed speaks for itself. The company is highly scalable and can handle most any residential or commercial job, no matter how large or small. Visit www.hogandesignandconstruction.com.

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