Chelsea Financial Services is proud to partner again this year with Project Hospitality for their Annual 2020 Thanksgiving Food Drive to help benefit Staten Island community members in need this holiday season.
“Last year’s Thanksgiving Food Drive for Project Hospitality was a great success.” said Christopher (Chris) Vetrano, Registered Representative at Chelsea Financial Services. “Project Hospitality is a great organization that not only orchestrates this amazing food drive for our neighbors and homeless in need; they also do year-round community outreach, education and youth programs to help improve the lives of those going through difficult times.”
Vetrano led last year’s food drive that provided hundreds of needed food items for fellow Staten Islanders. John Pisapia, President of Chelsea Financial added: “Let’s make this year’s food drive even bigger…Bring your non-perishable food to our office or use amazon.com, walmart.com or other online retailers to ship food items to our office, and we’ll deliver them en masse to Project Hospitality in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.”
2020 THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE: IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please drop off non-perishable food items at 242 Main Street, Staten Island (Chelsea Financial Services’ Corporate Office), any time between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, from November 2nd until November 23rd. Non-perishable items most needed are: Canned Meats and Fish, Shelf-Stable Milk [Parmalat], Tomato Sauce, Canned Tomatoes, Black & Kidney Beans and Hot/Cold Cereals).
The following perishable items may be dropped off on November 23rd only: White Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Onions, Carrots, Winter Squash and other Root Vegetables. All items will be delivered to Project Hospitality on November 24th in time for Thanksgiving.
About Chelsea Financial Services
Chelsea Financial Services is a national full service Broker/Dealer. The firm opened its first brokerage office in Staten Island, New York in 1999. Celebrating its 21st Anniversary, Chelsea currently provides financial services to clients in 51 States and Territories. Clients receive investment, retirement and financial planning advice from over 60 Registered Representatives based in 16 States. Visit https://www.chfs.com for more information.
About Project Hospitality
Founded in 1985 as an interfaith effort to provide food and shelter to homeless people in the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, Project Hospitality has grown to serve more than 30,000 of Staten Island’s most marginalized residents every year. It is the mission of Project Hospitality to reach out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency — thereby enhancing the quality of life for our community. Project Hospitality’s all-volunteer compassionate continuum of care includes food, clothing and shelter, health and mental health services, HIV care, domestic violence, immigrant services, substance use treatment, vocational and educational training, transitional and permanent housing, legal and financial assistance and opportunities for at-risk youth. Visit Project Hospitality for more information or to donate.
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