Hammonton-Based Company Makes Food Bank Donation

Hammonton-Based Company Makes Food Bank Donation

The Cleaning Authority of Hammonton is participating in The Cleaning Authority CARES food drive program for the first time. Owner Jeff Hyman’s location donated perishable food items to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey Southern Branch. The Press of Atlantic City joined Jeff as he delivered the food and featured his efforts in a news article as well as a video. “It’s important when we can to give back to the community ... to help those not as fortunate,” Jeff told The Press of Atlantic City. “I know what it is like for people to struggle.”

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