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Mister Sparky Huntsville is one local business that supports the Food Bank of North Alabama. CONTRIBUTED

Mister Sparky Huntsville supports mission of Food Bank of North Alabama

MADISON COUNTY – Extending help to residents in this area of the state, Mister Sparky Huntsville believes in sharing its resources, particularly to the Food Bank of North Alabama, so that everyone has access to a decent meal.

“At Mister Sparky Huntsville, we have had a successful year, despite all that is going on in the world. We are very fortunate and understand that many have not prospered well during these trying times,” Operations Manager Ashley Smith said.

This business’ management and employees want to give something back to the community that has supported them. “North Alabama is a great place, and no one who lives here should go hungry,” Smith said.

“The North Alabama Food Bank does a tremendous job of helping folks that are in need,” Smith said. “It’s amazing to see the amount of food they manage to provide for so little.”

Experts at Mister Sparky Huntsville safeguard homes against potential hazards. The company’s licensed and insured electricians are highly trained and provide customers with installation, repair and replacement services in a fast and reliable manner, Smith said.

“Mister Sparky provides customers with the one thing they’re really looking for: peace of mind that comes from trust and confidence. Additionally, our work is backed by a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee,” Smith said.

With the help of their customers, Mister Sparky has set its goal at 5,000 meals before the end of 2021. “One dollar can provide up to five to seven meals,” Smith said.

This year has presented formidable challenges for a food bank. “COVID-19, inflation, political climate . . . you name it. Times are trying. Worrying where your next meal is going to come from should not be of concern,” Smith said.

Mister Sparky’s customers can opt to donate $1 to their invoice. In return, Mister Sparky will match the donation. Individuals also can donate at the website, foodbanknorthal.org.

“As a community, we can help each other fight hunger. The North Alabama Food Bank helps people in need right here in our community. Please give if you are able,” Smith said.

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