Harrington Moving & Storage Announces Its Support of The Valerie Fund

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Top NJ moving company Harrington Moving & Storage announces its support of The Valerie Fund walk to raise money for children with cancer and blood disorders. The walk will be held on June 11th, 2011 at Verona Park.

The Valerie Fund

Sponsoring The Valerie Fund's walk is exactly the type of community initiative that we take great pride in supporting and promoting

Harrington Moving & Storage, based in Maplewood, NJ, has been making its presence in the community known in recent years for its various philanthropic and community based initiates. Last month, the company announced a contest to win a free ipad by following its tweets and facebook updates, a strategy that both rewards customers for their loyalty, and helps keep them involved with the charities the company supports. One such philanthropic initiative is the upcoming Valerie Fund walk.

"Sponsoring The Valerie Fund's walk is exactly the type of community initiative that we take great pride in supporting and promoting. The Valerie Fund is committed to helping children with cancer and other blood disorders navigate through a very challenging and emotionally stressful time in their lives, and we want to make that a bit easier for them. The families of children diagnosed with these disorders need the help of an organization like The Valerie Fund to help them cope with the emotional and logistical difficulties of having a sick child" says Jeff Harrington, the company's owner and President.

The Valerie Fund is a not-for-profit organization established in 1976 in memory of nine-year-old Valerie Goldstein, by her parents, Ed and Sue. The Valerie Fund's mission is to provide support for the comprehensive health care of children with cancer and blood disorders.

"We are thrilled to be able to participate and strengthen their walk by lending our resources, time, and energy to making it a success. This really is one of those rare organizations that everyone can get behind because they do nothing but good. Harrington Moving & Storage will do its part to make the walk a success, and we hope to see great support from within the broader community," Harrington added.

Harrington Moving was founded in 1996, and since its inception has provided its customers with the highest level of customer service, while supporting important community initiatives. For the Valerie Fund walk, the company provides moving and storage services free of charge to help support the organization in its noble efforts.

The company is also in the midst of a customer appreciation campaign, its way of saying thank you to loyal customers by giving away a free ipad to a lucky winner. To win the new ipad is easy. For a chance to win your free iPad, like Harrington on facebook or follow Harrington on twitter and look for the status update with the iPad promo code. Sometime in May, the company will post an update with an ipad promotional code. The first person to call in with the promotional code will win the prize. The promotional code will only be visible to fans and followers; it's the company's way of saying thank you to its loyal customers and fans.

About Harrington Moving & Storage
Harrington Moving & Storage is a privately owned business specializing in storage and relocation services in New York & New Jersey. The company is owned by Jeff Harrington, and in the fifteen years the company has operated, it has earned a reputation as a top operator, garnering positive reviews from customers and an increasing presence each year throughout the region. The company handles both residential and commercial moves, which, together with storage options, provide customers with a complete relocation solution.

About The Valerie Fund
Established in 1976, the Valerie Fund's mission is to help the families of children with cancer and blood disorders. Since it's inception, families have turned to The Valerie Fund for its unique combination of medical care, counseling, and other services that make life a bit easier for families of sick children. The organization's Children's Centers comprise the largest network of health-care facilities for children with cancer and blood disorders in New Jersey, and one of the largest in the nation, with over 25,000 patient visits each year.

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