Joseph Federico said, “We want to thank all those who contributed canned goods and other food staples to help feed the homeless and hungry of the Passaic County area of New Jersey. We received donations from both our corporate staff here in NJ MET’s Clifton, NJ headquarters and from our valued customers in the metropolitan area.”
Joseph Federico will personally deliver all food goods to Eva’s Kitchen on Thanksgiving morning in Paterson, NJ.
Located at 393 Main Street in Paterson, Eva’s Kitchen is a large, clean and sunlight-filled space where diners are welcomed 365 days a year - all who come are fed. Started in 1982 by Rev. Msgr. Vincent E. Puma, Eva’s Kitchen is the oldest component of what has grown to become Eva’s Village. Eva’s Kitchen began with a meal of franks and beans to 30 homeless people, and now serves over 1,000 meals EVERY DAY to the homeless, hungry and working poor who gather at Eva’s Kitchen, and those in residence in various programs at Eva’s Village in New Jersey.
The Thanksgiving project is just one of the charitable drives undertaken throughout the year by NJ MET. For example, the administration and engineering staff at NJ MET’s Clifton NJ headquarters also plan on raising money for the American Red Cross for victims of Hurricane Sandy throughout the holiday and into the new year said Joseph Federico. For more information about NJ MET's charitable works, plesae visit http://josephfederico.biz
To participate in NJ MET's charitable activities or to learn more about NJ MET's Mission Imposter® Risk Mitigation Engineering Program, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET's headquarters in Clifton NJ @ 973-546-5393 or visit the NJMET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com.