2017-12-06 / Local News

WCRE helps feed the needy through Thanksgiving Food Drive



Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) wrapped up its fourth annual Thanksgiving Food Drive by delivering 130 bags of food and $1,200 in supermarket gift cards to the Jewish Family and Children’s Service food pantry. As in previous years, the firm spent the past several weeks collecting food and grocery store gift cards from friends, clients, and colleagues throughout the region. More than 30 area businesses contributed to the effort. “Over the course of just a few years, WCRE has become an integral charitable partner in our efforts,” said Marla Meyers, executive director of Samost Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Southern New Jersey. “We thank Jason Wolf and the entire WCRE team for their generosity and leadership today and throughout the year.” The food drive is part of WCRE’s Community Commitment program, which also includes donating a portion of the proceeds from every transaction to one of several local charities. In September, the firm hosted its second annual celebrity charity hockey game, in which local business leaders played alongside several former Philadelphia Flyers. That event raised more than $65,000 that was shared among several local charities. Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) wrapped up its fourth annual Thanksgiving Food Drive by delivering 130 bags of food and $1,200 in supermarket gift cards to the Jewish Family and Children’s Service food pantry. As in previous years, the firm spent the past several weeks collecting food and grocery store gift cards from friends, clients, and colleagues throughout the region. More than 30 area businesses contributed to the effort. “Over the course of just a few years, WCRE has become an integral charitable partner in our efforts,” said Marla Meyers, executive director of Samost Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Southern New Jersey. “We thank Jason Wolf and the entire WCRE team for their generosity and leadership today and throughout the year.” The food drive is part of WCRE’s Community Commitment program, which also includes donating a portion of the proceeds from every transaction to one of several local charities. In September, the firm hosted its second annual celebrity charity hockey game, in which local business leaders played alongside several former Philadelphia Flyers. That event raised more than $65,000 that was shared among several local charities.

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