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Father’s Who Care, West Side Community Stakeholders, Talented Tenth Social Services, Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry

During the weekend of June 16, our Founders Terrie and Eric Simmons participated in several events across the Chicagoland area. The Lewis Simmons Foundation team partnered with Father’s Who Care, the West Side Community Stakeholders, and Talented Tenth Social Services to donate food, toiletries, and toys.

The Foundation team also partnered with the Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry to donate food to locals in need. During a time where love, compassion, and the spirit of giving is more important than ever, the Lewis Simmons Foundation is proud to be able to give back and support local communities. Through our combined efforts we provided food, clothing, and other essential resources to 5000+ people in our community in 2020!

Terrie Simmons

Terrie Simmons is an entrepreneur, civic leader, and the owner of Strategic Exceptions, a professional business consulting firm, innovative employee training and organizational development company focused on delivering exceptional service standards with quantitative results. Terrie is expertly experienced in non-profit management, leadership development and all phases of entrepreneurship How To’s. Terrie is also an adjunct professor teaching business courses at the graduate level.

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