NJ MET Charity Works
Joseph Federico and NJ MET have been involved in the communities near NJ MET's Clifton, NJ headquarters for many years. They have also been involved in fundraising activities to support national and international organizations.
Joseph believes that NJ MET profits most from its philanthropy, as is explained in the following article - NJMET feels it profits most from its philanthropy.
Joseph Federico has also started a blog dedicated to encouraging corporate charitable activities. Follow this link, Charity Ideas for Businesses, to read the blog.
Joseph Federico announces NJ MET participation in March of Dimes Bark for Babies Dog Walk. NJ MET was of the last year's inaugral walk and joined again for 2016.
Joseph Federico, Director of NJ MET, Inc., Announces Its 2016 Scholarship Recipient for Engineering, Science and Technology to Kaira Caba, a graduating senior at the Rosa L. Parks School of Fine & Performing Arts in Paterson, NJ.
Joseph Federico and NJ MET Featured in NorthJersey.com Article about Holiday Drive. The article, Clifton Business Again Sends Holiday Cheer to Sri Lanka Orphans, highlights NJ MET's charitable work on behalf of Sri Lankan refugees.
Joseph Federico Announces NJ MET Inc of Clifton, NJ Sponsorship of the American Red Cross for 2016. Joseph Federico, Director of NJ MET Inc. has officially registered NJ MET, Inc. of Clifton, NJ as a corporate sponsor to aid the American Red Cross for fiscal year 2016. The goal of the drive is to help support U.S. military members and their families.
Joseph Federico announced the awarding of NJ MET's 2015 STEM scholarship to Eddie Filipovic, a 2015 graduate of the Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne. NJ.
Joseph Federico leads NJ MET's continuing efforts to support vicitims of Sri Lanka's 2004 tsunami. See the northjersey.com article Wayne Native Spearheads Collection at Clifton Office for Needy in Sri Lanka for more information.
NJMET runs toy drives before the December holidays and food drives before Thanksgiving. They also sponsor the American Red Cross each year by giving a percentage of their profits to the organization. They have participated in the March of Dimes March for Babies in both New York City and Northern NJ.