Pembroke, MA (PressExposure) December 06, 2011 -- Food insecurity is quickly becoming a serious problem that more and more families are struggling with on the South Shore. One of the area's premier jewelers, South Shore Diamond Exchange, Inc of Pembroke, has launched a fundraising campaign to help fight hunger on the local level by raising money for the Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse, a program of South Shore Community Action Council.
Now through December 23, 2011, South Shore Diamond Exchange will donate $1 to the Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse for every new fan of their Facebook page (up to 1,000 fans). To support this worthy cause and become a fan of South Shore Diamond Exchange, visit http://www.Facebook.com/SouthShoreDiamond and "like" them.
"The economy has hit everyone hard. There are so many folks suffering from hunger and food insecurity. We're not talking about people in another country, but those who are right outside our door," explained Charlie Fierimonte, owner of South Shore Diamond Exchange.
He continued, "We want to give back to the community and we believe our friends, neighbors and customers feel the same way. This is a time of year when so many South Shore families are struggling to put food on the table. The Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse is there to help and we're supporting them. Now, our Facebook fans can support this very worthy cause as well with just one click. Jenn Anderson of ViaMark Advertising, our advertising agency, suggested this partnership and we agreed that it was timely and well deserved."
For more information on the Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse and the services it provides, visit the South Shore Community Action Council's website http://www.sscac.org/food_warehouse/index.html.