CCMA’s Mordechai Korf & Uriel Laber: “The holidays are a time of coming together and we are committed to fighting hunger and making our community even stronger. These donations will directly support families in Kentucky who need it most.”

Donating to two Benton, KY based charities to provide Thanksgiving meals to families in need

CALVERT CITY, KY., Nov. February 24, 2022 – Today, CC Metals & Alloys (CCMA), a mining and metals company led by Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber that employs dozens of local Kentucky workers, announced donations to two local charities that benefit hundreds of Kentucky providing meals and food to needy families on Thanksgiving.

As communities across the country continue to feel the effects of inflation and rising food prices, CCMA donations will support two local organizations that provide essential food and meal services to families in need across the region: Marcella’s Kitchen and Marshall County Caring Needline. Marcella’s Kitchen, a nonprofit community kitchen in Benton, Kentucky, serves thousands of meals to families in need each month. Marshall County Caring Needline is a food bank for Marshall County residents that provides services including the distribution of food bank items and special food assistance programs.

“CCMA strives to show up in a big way to support our neighbors, which is why we’re proud to partner with Marcella’s Kitchen and Marshall County Caring Needline to help our neighbors get what they need this Thanksgiving Day .” said CCMA’s Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber in a joint statement. “The holidays are a time to come together and we are committed to fighting hunger and making our community even stronger. These donations will directly support families in Kentucky who need it most.”

The donations announced today follow a long history of CCMA supporting organizations in Kentucky and beyond. In October, the CCMA donated $30,000 to the Scottsville, Kentucky-based Center for Courageous Kids. In April, CCMA and Felman Productions, a Letart, WV-based mining and metals company also led by Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber, donated $25,000 to support five local nonprofit organizations that provide essential food and meal services as well as Provide family services to hundreds of families in their communities. And last December, CCMA provided essential food and shelter to six local charities that are helping hundreds of families in Kentucky, and provided over $70,000 in needed supplies to help Kentucky communities recover after a tornado hit western Kentucky.

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