Feed the Hungry Project Honors CareSource Community Marketing Representative

March 31st, 2022 | 1 min read

Karen Eatmon Award

This week, Feed the Hungry Project held their eighth annual All-Black Attire MLK Gala and honored several community members that support their mission of providing hot meals, clothing and assistance to Butler County, Ohio residents. Karen Eatmon, Community Marketing Representative at CareSource was presented with the Purpose Award.

“CareSource is thrilled for the impact Karen Eatmon demonstrates in the community," said Jody Korte, Director, Community Marketing at CareSource. "She was recognized with a 'Purpose Award' by Feed the Hungry Project for helping her community by answering questions and promoting better health. In her acceptance speech, she clearly shared how collectively we as a community make a difference by serving.”

Karen is an active board member of the Feed the Hungry Project and was recognized for her passion in helping individuals and families make positive changes in their lives.

“It is a blessing and honor to represent CareSource in the community and love what I do with the people I work with," said Karen.

Karen Eatmon Award Group

Pictured left to right: Lera Battle, Karen Eatmon, Jody Korte, Sam Johnson, Leona Marie Johnson.