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NJ MET's efforts to aid Sri Lankan refugees is headed by Joseph Federico, Director at NJ MET. The company has already sent its first shipment of supplies to Sri Lanka this year. Additional shipments will be made throughout the year.
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Joseph Federico, of NJ MET Clifton NJ, announced the companys sixth year of relief efforts to aid families in Sri Lanka.
Over the past five years, Wayne, N.J. resident Joseph Federico has led a campaign at NJ MET, headquartered in NJ, to send clothes, pencils, notebooks, and toiletries to needy families housed in churches, temples and schools throughout Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was devastated by a tsunami in 2004 and many of its citizens have been displaced by over 20 years of war.
The first shipment of clothing, candy, refreshments, and toiletries has already been collected and shipped out from NJ METs Clifton office according to Joseph Federico, VP and Director. Our efforts are just starting up for the new year and we will hold a special candy drive in the upcoming April Easter/Passover holiday season, said Federico from NJ METs headquarters located in Clifton NJ. We plan on sending out a new shipment every few months. NJ METs employees and customers continue to make very generous contributions to our drives, he continued.
To learn more about NJ MET and its international charity efforts visit the In the News section of their website.
To learn more about NJ MET Director Joseph Federicos volunteer efforts, visit: http://josephfedericonj.biz/njmet-charity.htm
NJ MET provides professional electronic component testing to the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Industrial and Automotive fields worldwide. Its state of the art Mission Imposter® Risk Mitigation Detection Process identifies non- authentic products. For more information about NJ METs testing services, please call Joseph Federico, VP and Director, at (973) 546-5393 OR visit NJ MET's website.
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