We at NJMET look forward all year to do this drive that makes the holidays brighter for these children. -- Joseph Federico
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) December 06, 2011
Joseph Federico VP of NJMET announced their annual Holiday Toy Drive to benefit the Tomorrows Children’s Fund of Hackensack University Medical Center of New Jersey. NJMET, an electronic component testing corporation, is headquartered in Clifton, NJ with offices in Denver, London, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. NJMET’s main laboratory is located in Clifton, NJ. In his role as Vice President, Joseph Federico oversees the sales, testing and engineering operations of the company. Federico also directs NJMET’s charitable activities.
Toys will be collected over the holiday season and will be given to the Tomorrows Children’s Fund on December 23, 2011. Since 2001, Wayne NJ resident Joseph Federico has led this drive for NJ MET, which has collected thousands of toys for distribution throughout the New Jersey area.
“We at NJMET look forward all year to do this drive that makes the holidays brighter for these children,” Joseph Federico said.
The Tomorrows Children’s Fund of NJ has been bringing hope and good health to hundreds of young children fighting cancer since 1982. The Tomorrows Children’s Fund has been able to give these young patients the strength and compassion they need to live with their disease. It is the mission of this steadfast organization to provide all the resources needed to achieve the total cure that every child deserves.
To participate in this annual giving program, please call Joseph Federico or Daniel Morello at NJMET at (973) 546-5393. Toys can be dropped off at NJMET’s offices and lab at 1240 Main Avenue, Clifton, NJ.