LBMC is proud to announce participation in another successful campaign drive, “Full Tummies, Warm Hearts” that served 680 families in our community this year that would not have had a Thanksgiving meal through United Way of Williamson County.
Since the inception in 2004, the United Way of Williamson County "Full Tummies, Warm Hearts" project has provided over 2,000 Thanksgiving meals to families in need. LBMC was proud to come together to support the agencies and schools with food for Thanksgiving. Most of the families are single parent families, many are disabled and several are elderly shut-ins. Each family receives a basket overflowing with vegetables, deserts, drinks, bread, and extra goodies such as games, disposable cameras, blankets, socks, etc. “I most enjoy hearing the stories of the recipients who received a warm meal for the Holiday. Each year the cause is more successful, yet never enough to serve all of those who are hungry,” said Jill Hudson, “Full Tummies, Warm Hearts” coordinator and Senior Manager of Tax Services at LBMC.