A summer collection for a cause
Account Intern Logan Mailhot, Quality Control Manager Mickey Woodham, and Account Executive Liza Routh
stopped by Hope House to drop off donations and spend some time with the kids.
Each year, inferno selects a local beneficiary to support with donations, volunteer hours, and community events. For 2012, we chose to aim our service sights on Hope House, an organization that strives to better the lives of HIV-infected children and their families.
At our Beer & Chicken event of the summer, we collected an assortment of items for donation to Hope House. From onesies and wet wipes to paper napkins and plastic spoons, inferno teamed up to make a hefty haul, complete with one high-performing lawnmower from Robert Barnett. A few extra-helpful infernites delivered the donations and finished the day with a fun play-date on the Hope House lawn.
To learn more about Hope House and how you can help, go here.
To read about our work with Hope House, go here.