2018-01-03 / Local News

MRS BPO partners with JFCS on local volunteer initiatives


MRS BPO, LLC employees generously donated many bags of food to the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries during the holidays. Donating were (from left), Brian Erazmus, Jordan Miller, Jennifer Pate, and Nina Rios. Not pictured were Kelly Feoli, Rob Topolewski and Lisa Saidel. MRS BPO, LLC employees generously donated many bags of food to the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries during the holidays. Donating were (from left), Brian Erazmus, Jordan Miller, Jennifer Pate, and Nina Rios. Not pictured were Kelly Feoli, Rob Topolewski and Lisa Saidel. Cherry Hill company MRS BPO, LLC (www.mrsbpo.com) and Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) of Southern New Jersey (www.jfcssnj.org), recently announced their partnership to work together, on an ongoing basis, for volunteer, fundraising and food collection initiatives to help those in need in Southern New Jersey.

“MRS is fortunate to partner with an organization like JFCS, which does so much good in our community. There are many benefits for both of our organizations in this partnership and I am excited about what the future will bring,” said Jordan Miller, director of Client Services of MRS BPO, LLC.

To support JFCS social services and programs, MRS BPO recently held a Thanksgiving food drive as part of their ongoing collaboration with JFCS. The food drive collected over 40 bags of food that was used to stock the shelves of the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries, which served over 4,500 families in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties last year.

Marla Meyers, executive director of JFCS of SNJ said, “JFCS is so very appreciative of the generous and meaningful support from MRS BPO, LLC. The employees’ eagerness to help those in need is truly heartwarming and we are extremely grateful!”

MRS also hosted a casual dress office-wide fundraiser, where employees could donate money (for JFCS initiatives) to wear jeans for the months of November and December as well as a “Gifts for Kids” drive, where employees donated presents to the children in need of support through JFCS programs. s

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