Joseph Federico and NJ MET Featured in Article about Holiday Drive

NJMET, Inc.’s charitable work on behalf of Sri Lankan refugees was highlighted in an article published by on March 31, 2016. Joseph Federico, NJMET’s vice president and director of operations was interviewed about NJMET’s charitable activities.

Joseph Federico and NJMET staff pose with some of the proceeds of their Holiday Candy Drive for Sri Lankan refugees.

NJMET staff and the proceeds of their holiday candy drive.

The article, Clifton Business Again Sends Holiday Cheer to Sri Lanka Orphans was written by Mike Lamberti for Wayne Today, the community newspaper for Joseph Federico’s hometown, Wayne, NJ.  It highlights this year’s holiday candy drive that sent candy, school supplies and personal items to children in orphanages in Sri Lanka. is the online home of North Jersey Media Group, LLC which publishes The Record and forty nine community newspapers serving towns in Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Morris, Hudson and Sussex counties.

Sri Lanka has been affected by both civil unrest and a tsunami over the last 10 years.  “There has been civil unrest in Sri Lanka, with war-torn areas,” Federico said. “The tsunami damaged some of the orphanages there, too. I wanted to try and help.”

Joseph Federico, NJMET’s vice president and director of operations spearheads the company’s charitable efforts.

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