NJ MET Thanksgiving Drive for Eva’s Kitchen & Oasis Haven for Women

CLIFTON, N.J. – Oct. 24, 2016 — Joseph Federico, VP and Director of Operations of NJMET, Inc., announced the 18th annual NJ MET Thanksgiving charity food drive will once again benefit Eva’s Kitchen and Oasis – A Haven for Woman and Children, both located in Paterson NJ.

“For the past 18 years, NJ MET Inc has sponsored a food drive at Thanksgiving to support Eva’s Kitchen. The NJ MET Thanksgiving project is just one of the charitable drives undertaken throughout the year by NJ MET.
It has been a sincere pleasure to encourage everyone in our area to contribute canned goods and other food products to help feed the homeless and hungry in the Passaic County area,” said Joseph Federico from the company’s headquarters located in Clifton NJ.”

In addition to the food drive, NJMET also holds an internal fund raiser to help raise money to bring apple and pumpkin pies to the people of the Oasis — A Haven for Woman and Children, in Paterson NJ.  “A few years ago we had decided to combine the food drive with the Oasis project which always turns out to be a fun event over the Thanksgiving season,” Joseph Federico added.

Anyone wishing to contribute to the food drive can drop off canned goods at NJ MET Inc.’s headquarters at 1240 Main Ave., Clifton NJ.  (NJ MET will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25th for the holiday.)  Donations will be accepted for a week after the Thanksgiving holiday.

NJ MET employees will personally deliver all of the donated goods to Eva’s Kitchen and Oasis Haven in Paterson, NJ on the day before Thanksgiving. They will follow up with a post-Thanksgiving delivery of food donated after Wednesday, November 23rd.

Eva’s Kitchen is part of Eva’s Village, a progressive and comprehensive non-profit social service organization dedicated to fighting homelessness and poverty. Their mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide medical and dental care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual. Learn more about Eva’s Village at their website: http://evasvillage.org/

To participate in any of NJMET’s charity activities or to learn more about NJ MET Inc, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET Inc at 973-546-5393 or visit the NJMET website (http://www.njmetmtl.com/). For more information about NJMET’s charitable works, please visit http://josephfederico.biz

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