RED BANK, N.J. — In an effort to give back to its community this holiday season, Troy Container Line, one of the largest American-owned NVOCCs, today announced plans to donate 2,500 hot meals to Lunch Break, a Red Bank-based organization that works daily to help fight hunger in the local community. The donations will be made in the name of Troy’s clients, vendors and friends, and will mark the second year of the shipping company’s pay-it-forward approach to holiday gifting.
“In lieu of business-to-business gifting, Troy Container Line looks forward to giving back to members of the Red Bank community this holiday season. As many continue to struggle with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, every contribution to Lunch Break is incredibly valuable to the organization and the community it serves,” commented Michael Cadden Troy, founder and CEO of Troy Container Line.
Founded more than 29 years ago, Lunch Break endeavors to provide food, clothing and fellowship to community members in need. The non-profit organization serves more than 4,000 free meals a month at its Drs. James Parker Boulevard location and to home-bound individuals. Every month hundreds of families are helped with emergency food packages as well as clothing.
Troy Container Line’s pay-it-forward approach to holiday gifting aims to honor and thank customers via community outreach and support. For more information about Troy Container Line, please visit www.TroyLines.com or call 1-800-331-0058. To learn more about Lunch Break or to make a donation to the organization, please call 732-747-8577.