Full Metal Chicken Wins #BizGivesCLT Award for In-Kind Donation to Shining Hope Farms

Dec 18, 2020 | News

Over the past several years, we have been the fortunate recipient of some very generous in-kind donations of services from top notch digital marketing firm Full Metal Chicken.

Recently, Nathan Young with Full Metal Chicken created, produced and edited a commercial quality video about our Veterans program. In addition, Jeremy Saylor from Full Metal Chicken, who serves on Shining Hope Farms’ advisory board, gave our website a makeover and helps with ongoing management.

All of these contributions have had a tremendous effect on how we’re able to communicate our mission. That is why we were thrilled to nominate Full Metal Chicken for the #BizGivesCLT award for Most Generous In-Kind Gift to a Charlotte area nonprofit. And why were even more thrilled when they WON!

Annually, #BizGivesCLT recognizes Charlotte businesses who generously support Charlotte nonprofits in big, bold and creative ways in honor of #GivingTuesdayCLT which this year fell on December 1st! It was much deserved! Congratulations to Full Metal Chicken!

 

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