Back in October, Simonik teamed up with Move for Hunger and Perfect 10 Miler New Jersey to provide food for hungry families of the Medford community and surrounding areas. Our second consecutive year helping with the event, our central NJ movers were tasked to collect a total of 192 lbs. of non-perishable food items for donation. We then delivered all food to the local Society of St. Vincent de Paul food pantry so it could be distributed to people in need across the region.
We are proud to announce our efforts made a significant difference in the community. With the large donation of food donations delivered to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul pantry for the less fortunate, many families were able to enjoy delicious, hot meals and go to sleep on full stomachs.
Because our local movers worked so hard to safely and efficiently deliver this massive amount of donated food, we received the following letter from the volunteers of the National Council of the United States' Society of St. Vincent de Paul:
“On Behalf of the Board of Directors, the many volunteers and guests at The Society of St Vincent de Paul, we would like to thank you for your very large donation of food for our food pantry.
We are humbled by your generosity in support of our mission to spiritually serve the needs of those less fortunate. And as you well know, the needs of the community have greatly increased.
Your donation helped make it a most happy holiday season for many of our guests. Thank you. May God bless you for your generosity."
We are extremely proud of all the local movers who contributed to this act of charity. We already plan on helping again next year and hope for another wildly successful result!
For a moving company you can trust, contact Simonik Transportation & Warehousing today. We’d love to transport your belongings as quickly and efficiently as we did the food at the Perfect 10 Miler race this year. Give our central NJ moving company a call or fill out our online form to receive your free quote!
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