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Prime Volunteers at Misericordia’s Family Fest

September 14 , 2015

Northbrook, IL – Nine Prime Publishing employees volunteered at Misericordia’s Family Fest Sunday, Sept. 13, selling Hearts & Flour Bakery’s goods to raise funds for the Misericordia community.

Family Fest is the biggest annual fundraiser of the year for Chicago’s Misericordia, which serves and houses more than 600 children and adults with mild to profound developmental disabilities, many of whom are also physically challenged.

In Misericordia’s Hearts & Flour Bakery, residents gain real-life work experience in making and packaging cookies, brownies, and more. Prime employees helped with the bakery booth at the fest.

Misericordia Volunteering

“Volunteering at the main bakery booth was great — everyone was super nice and welcoming, and the baked goods looked delicious. Homemade goodies were flying off the shelves — especially the Irish Soda Bread! I even bought myself a few loaves to take home and share with my family,” said Jenny Benoit, managing editor.

The fest, which draws 10,000 people each year, impressed our editors with its size and the enthusiasm of the Misericordia community.

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Emily Ramirez, editor, said, “I think I can speak for everyone when I say that it was a ton of fun to volunteer. This is clearly a huge event that many families wait for all year. I didn’t really know what to expect, but when I got there, I was amazed. Without even walking into the grounds, you could tell how popular the fest was from the fact that the cabbie who drove me there knew exactly what I was talking about.”

Beth Ann Morley, editor, said “I had so much fun volunteering at Misericordia. There were a ton of people at the event, so the volunteers were never short of things to do. Everyone seemed to love the baked goods, and after buying my own loaf of banana bread, I learned for myself that their baked goods are amazing.”

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Dana Byerwalter, editor, said “It seems like the people who volunteered at and work for Misericordia are really like a family. When someone they knew won a raffle, everyone was very excited and spreading the news and just so happy for her. As an added bonus, the woman who won the raffle immediately donated the money back to Misericordia.”

For more information on Misericordia, visit www.misericordia.com or call 773-273-4759. Visit the Hearts & Flour Bakery on Facebook.

See other Food Team charity efforts:

Prime Editors Visit Uptown Cafe: http://www.primecp.com/food-team-volunteers-at-uptown-cafe-in-chicago
RecipeChatter Donates to WINGS Program: http://www.primecp.com/recipechatter-team-donates-to-wings-program