HSHS Home Care Illinois, along with Dan Hecht Chevrolet Toyota and Roy Schmidt Honda, express their thanks to community members and colleagues at HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital who generously donated non-perishable food items during their February “Cram the Car” food drive. This eighth annual food drive effort by the three organizations collected 1,074 pounds of items plus over $900 cash donations for the Catholic Charities food pantry to help those struggling with food insecurity.


Photo Captions (top): From Roy Schmidt Honda (left to right): Ashley Baumgarten, Mark Schmidt, Roy Schmidt, Shannon Roberts and Doug Mette.

(above) From Dan Hecht Chevrolet (left to right): Jim Hecht, Anthony Hecht, Lori Worman, Annie Wendt, Danny Hecht, Jerry Hecht, Tammy Lakin, Mary Burrell, Tina Jamison, Jahida Neal, and Mary Travois.


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