Chicago, IL - Technology met charity when Converged Communication Systems signed on to be a Silver Sponsor of the Greater Chicago Food Depository's 5th Annual CANstruction ®, expanding their community contributions footprint for 2011.
Converged Communication Systems, a nationwide provider of best-in-class IP Telephony solutions and support services for small, medium, and large businesses, is excited to be a part of Chicago CANstruction® and contribute to the city's largest nonprofit food distribution center.CANstruction® has been a fixture within the events of the Greater Chicago Food Depository the past five years and celebrates the talents of local architecture, engineering and construction companies, while filling the food bank with thousands of pounds of food.
"We are proud to be a Silver Sponsor of Chicago CANstruction® 2011," said Erica Abdnour, Director of Marketing at Converged Communication Systems. "This event plays a huge part in ensuring that the food bank is stocked and that hungry people in the city can be fed."
CANstruction® designs will be on display in the lobby of The Merchandise Mart from May 13-31.
About Converged Communication Systems
Converged Communication Systems (CCS) is a nationwide provider of best-in-class IP Telephony solutions and support services for businesses of all sizes.Focusing on industry leading solutions, Converged Communication Systems provides complete telecommunication solutions to meet up to your simple or complex business needs. We specialize in a full range of solutions including traditional, IP, and hybrid telephone systems as well as SIP solutions, unified messaging and fax solutions. In addition, our expertise allows multi-location and remote/home workers to operate more efficiently via VoIP/SIP. For more information, visit www.convergedsystems.com.
About Greater Chicago Food Depository
The Greater Chicago Food Depository, Chicago's food bank, is a nonprofit food distribution and training center providing food for hungry people while striving to end hunger in our community. The Food Depository distributes donated and purchased food through a network of 650 pantries, soup kitchens and shelters to 678,000 adults and children in Cook County every year. Last year, the Food Depository distributed 66 million pounds of nonperishable food and fresh produce, dairy products and meat, the equivalent of 135,000 meals every day. The Food Depository's programs and services for children, older adults and the unemployed and underemployed address the root causes of hunger. For more information, log onto www.chicagosfoodbank.org or call 773-247-FOOD.