While the need for food is still escalating, contributions to the agency have slowed. Rymax’s support affords JFS with the opportunity to restock its shelves and helps ensures no one will go hungry this winter.

“At JFS, we are grateful for Rymax’s ongoing support,” said Andrea Steinberg, JFS chief executive officer. “Many people who have needed support have experienced job loss from the Atlantic City hospitality industry. By giving on a reoccurring basis, Eve and Rymax ensure our shelves can remain stocked and meet the increase demand into the future.”

For more information about JFS programs, services or how you can get involved, call 609-822-1108 or see jfsatlantic.org.


This article originally appeared in Press of Atlantic City, December 31, 2020. You can read the original article here.