Chuhak & Tecson hosts bake sale, potluck lunch to benefit My Brother’s Kitchen

May 10, 2012

During the month of May, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. is hosting a bake sale and potluck lunch fundraiser as part of the firm’s “25 Ways to Give Back” program. Money raised will benefit My Brother’s Kitchen, a family-run organization that feeds the less fortunate.

The firm’s bake sale, held on May 7, raised $456 for My Brother’s Kitchen. The all-you-can-eat potluck lunch will take place on May 22. Between the two events, the firm hopes to raise at least $900, which will feed people for a month at My Brother’s Kitchen

The bake sale and potluck lunch serve as the tenth activity in Chuhak & Tecson’s yearlong community service initiative. In celebration of its 25th anniversary, and in honor of its clients, firm employees are participating in 25 service projects assisting those in need. Projects include everything from serving meals to the homeless, to sponsoring clothing drives, to providing backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need. Visit 25 Ways We’re Giving Back for ongoing updates.

My Brother’s Kitchen was started in December 2003 by brothers Frank Vito and Pete Vito. Although both brothers have since passed away, the organization is now run by family members who continue to cook and serve meals to the less fortunate. Learn more at about My Brother’s Kitchen.