Once again, Justin Cardoza, founder and owner of Computer Prodigies, 5034 South Archer, a young and rapidly growing computer repair (and other services) company, is leading a drive to feed the hungry on Chicago's Southwest Side.
As part of his company's commitment to helping those in need, Computer Prodigies is hosting its Fourth Annual Food Drive through December 24. All those who donate a food item (or more) will save $10 on any computer repair service of $50 and over; $5 on any phone or tablet repair service of $50 and over. (Excludes the cost of parts. Offer may not be combined with any other special offer, online coupon, savings flyer or text messages the company has already sent out.)
All donations will be taken to the Chicago Food Depository. Whether you need computer service done or not, Cardoza says he welcomes "anyone and everyone to donate at our office...during our office hours." The company collected 133 pounds of food in its first year, 289 pounds in 2012, and 481 pounds last year. Their goal this year is 800 pounds.
Donations may include canned meats, tuna, peanut butter and jelly, canned fruits and vegetables, rice, cake mixes, cereal, macaroni, pasta, canned beans, soups, etc. Donations should not be in glass containers.
Computer Prodigies hours are 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday.
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