Diversified Rack & Shelving Donates $10,000 to Area Based Service Organizations
Published on November 05, 2021
Diversified Rack & Shelving partnered with East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov, to present $10,000 in donations to four community organizations: $2,500 to RISE Community Service Partnership to support their food distribution program, $2,500 to Mercer County Meals on Wheels, $2,500 to Jewish Family & Children’s Service for their mobile food truck, and $2,500 to the East Windsor Senior Trust Fund for senior programming. According to Dave Longo, President & CEO of Diversified Rack & Shelving, “These donations are part of a long-standing tradition and corporate philosophy of Diversified Rack & Shelving to support local charitable causes.”
Mayor Janice Mironov stated, “These generous donations by community spirited business Diversified Rack & Shelving provide valuable support for food distribution programs and for our valued senior citizen programs in our East Windsor community. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work and collaborate with each of these worthy organizations which provide such tremendous support services in our community.” Mayor Mironov added, “Food distribution especially has been key during the pandemic so we especially value our private caring business partners such as Diversified Rack & Shelving.”
RISE Community Service Partnership is a local based center of social support which helps families and individuals by providing them with a variety of services including maintaining a year-round pantry of food and goods. Mercer County Meals on Wheels serves homebound seniors who are 60 years and older who are unable to cook or shop for themselves through regular home visits by agency volunteers.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service mobile food truck brings the food pantry to community members who may experience transportation barriers, physical mobility or financial limitations for healthy food choices. The East Windsor Senior Trust Fund provides resources for a diverse array of senior programs and socialization opportunities facilitated through the East Windsor Senior Center.
Diversified Rack & Shelving, located on Route 130 North, is a family-owned business since 1990 that supplies industrial racks and shelving of all sizes and configurations. They are one of the largest suppliers of used racks, shelving and material handling equipment on the East Coast, providing a sustainable and environmentally friendly option to their customers.
East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov partnered with Dave Longo, President & CEO of Diversified Rack & Shelving to present a total $10,000 donation to four community organizations: $2,500 to RISE Community Service Partnership to support their food distribution program, $2,500 to Mercer County Meals on Wheels, $2,500 to Jewish Family & Children’s Service for their mobile food truck, and $2,500 to the East Windsor Senior Trust Fund for senior citizen programming.