Joseph Federico, NJ MET Inc, Announces Its 2018 Efforts to Assist the Poor of Brazil and Sri Lanka

Joseph Federico, of NJ MET, NJ, announced the continuation of the company’s yearly relief efforts.  Their efforts will aid poor villages in Brazil assisted by an independent private group known as Amigos do Gotinha de Luz of Greenwich CT along with its continued support to assist depressed families in Sri Lanka.  Over the years, Wayne, NJ resident Joseph Federico has led a campaign at NJ MET Inc, to send clothes, pencils, notebooks, candy and toiletries to needy families housed in churches, temples and schools throughout Sri Lanka and today has diversified NJ MET’s endeavor by helping friends of Amigos do Gotinha de Luz.

First 2018 supplies shipment to Brazil

NJ MET employees Harry Patel, Devika Rana and Natu Patel show the packed boxes of supplies in 2018’s first shipment to Brazil.

This year, monetary donations to the relief efforts in Sri Lanka are now accompanied with shipping the above items to Brazil.  The first shipment of supplies in 2018 was assembled and packed by NJ MET’s employees in January.  More shipments are planned throughout the year.

“It has been a sincere pleasure working with Amigos do Gotinha de Luz  and preparing all the relief items which are being delivered to their offices in Greenwich, CT to be shipped directly to Brazil,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters in Clifton, NJ.

“This organization has recently expanded its community by opening a new center in Newark, NJ in October 2017,” added Joseph Federico.

NJ MET, its employees, and their families continue to make a very generous contribution to our charity drives and we are very grateful for their support.

To learn more about NJ MET and its international charity and volunteer efforts visit the “In the News” section of their website: http://www.njmetmtl.com/njmet-in-the-news  and  http://josephfedericonj.biz/njmet-charity.htm

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