CoreMedia, GE Aviation Will Provide Thanksgiving Turkeys
To Needy Families Via Morristown Neighborhood House
Fairfield, NJ, November 17, 2011—CoreMedia Systems, Inc. and GE Aviation will provide Thanksgiving turkeys to needy families in conjunction with the Morristown Neighborhood House.
On Monday, November 21, 2011 at 12:00 Noon employees from GE Aviation and CoreMedia Systems will deliver more than 250 frozen turkeys and trimmings to the Morristown Neighborhood House, located at 12 Flagler Street, for distribution to Families in need.
“All of us at CoreMedia Systems appreciate the opportunity to participate,” said Glenn DeKraker, Core’s CEO. “as a New Jersey-based company this is a way for us to give back.”
“We are pleased to have this opportunity to work with local businesses on this important project that we know will truly make a difference for those in our communities,” said David Walker, Executive Director at Morristown Neighborhood House.
“There is a great need for food to share with residents who are experiencing difficulty feeding their families during these challenging economic times,” said Steven Neblett, Assistant Executive Director at Morristown Neighborhood House. “The generous donations will go a long way in helping to make the Thanksgiving holiday brighter for so many.”
Employees of CoreMedia Systems and GE Aviation helped the Neighborhood House provide a nice Thanksgiving meal to almost 300 hard working (but low income) families.
CoreMedia Systems, Inc. develops and supports CoreDirect, the most widely used software for direct response advertising agencies. The system is used by more than 100 direct response agencies and marketers to plan, buy, manage, measure and optimize direct response media campaigns. For more information visit our web site at www.coremedia-systems.com or contact Jim Paull 973-276-0882, ext. 316 or email@example.com.
About GE Aviation
“We provide electromechanical motion control subsystems for civil and military applications, with product offerings including control electronics, motors, high power mechanical transmissions and actuators.”
About Morristown Neighborhood House
Morristown Neighborhood House was founded in 1898 as a settlement house that helped Italian immigrants in becoming acclimated to a new culture. Our core mission; helping new immigrants, helping families who are confronting economic challenges and fostering cross cultural acceptance; has remained the same. We currently run programs in five cities and seven locations in Morris County. Through programs in Morristown, Dover, Randolph, Denville and Frelinghuysen Middle School, on an average day over 1,500 children and youth receive services from Neighborhood House. For more information, please visit our website www.neighborhood-house.org or contact David Walker, Executive Director, at (973)538-1229 ext. 26 or firstname.lastname@example.org.