NJMET Charity Works
Joseph Federico, NJ MET VP announced the awarding of the NJ MET 2012 scholarship to Joseph Lubertazzi, a senior at Wayne Valley High School. The annual scholarship’s goal is to promote the study of engineering, science and technology. Click Here for more information.
Joseph Federico, VP of NJ MET Clifton NJ, announced the company’s annual relief efforts to aid families in Sri-Lanka burdened by the aftermath of war which has affected the lives of more than 50,000 people. Click Here for more information.
Joseph Federico announced NJMET's Bidpal Sponsorship of Eva’s Village Annual Benefit Gala 2011. Eva’s Village (http://www.EvasVillage.org), a comprehensive New Jersey anti-poverty charity, will honor TD Bank at its 2011 Annual Benefit Gala. The widely respected anti-poverty organization will also recognize the construction companies and contractors who have helped to make Eva’s Village the most comprehensive charitable organization serving New Jersey’s poor. Click here for more information.
The American Red Cross Presented NJMET Labs of NJ with a Certificate of Appreciation, according to Joseph Federico, NJMET Vice President. The certificate is in appreaication for 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami releif efforts. Click here for more information.
Joseph Federico has announced NJMET's latest plans to participate in the National Multiple Sclerosis Walk 2011. Click here for details.
NJMET takes pride in its efforts to help those less fortunate.
They have focused attention on charitable works in the Clifton, NJ area.
They have sponsored scholarships at the Pioneer Academy, located nearby
in Clifton, NJ. For the past 10 years, they have awarded a
scholarship to a graduating New Jersey High School senior. The
most recent scholarship was awarded to Julia Baaklini, a graduate of
Individually, Vice President Joseph Federico has chaired a "Guys Night Out" Event to benefit the St. Josephs Medical Center's Pediatric Unit.
Joseph Federico has also spearheaded fundraising efforts for national and international charities. For the past two years, NJMET has dedicated a portion of its yearly profits to support American Red Cross efforts. The 2010 donation went to Haiti and Pakistan relief efforts. The 2011 donation is targeted to support the American Red Cross's efforts to support US military members and their families. According to the press release, the donation will be made on December 31, 2011.
NJMET has run toy drives for the December holidays and food drives before Thanksgiving.