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Marlin Employees Collect 3½ Tons of Food to Benefit Neighbors in South Jersey

November 09, 2016, 07:05 AM
Filed Under: Industry News

Employees at Marlin Business Services Corp.’s headquarters in Mt. Laurel, NJ donated over three and a half tons of food during a month-long food drive challenge benefitting the Food Bank of South Jersey.  The majority of the 250 employees at Marlin’s headquarters live in southern New Jersey, and are active throughout the year participating in community service projects. They felt strongly that the food drive should benefit their local neighborhoods across Camden, Burlington, Gloucester and Salem counties.  Originally targeting 500 pounds as their goal, they upped the stakes by forming teams to compete for who could donate the most food.

The Food Bank of South Jersey is an important source of food for charitable feeding programs, and has over 250 partners including soup kitchens, food pantries, rescues and homeless shelters, as well as direct services programs that target the most fragile and vulnerable groups – children and the elderly. In many cases, the Food Bank is the last hope for these organizations, and without support many of these programs to help the hungry would shut down.

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Bob Rinaldi • View APN Profile
You know this is no surprise given the quality of the leadership at Marlin. Jeff Hilzinger and Taylor Kamp I have known for some time. You won't find better quality leaders and more importantly quality people! Keep up the great work Gents! Oh and kudos to your whole team for caring for others! Be Well, Bob Rinaldi
11.9.2016 @ 10:45 AM
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