Benjamin Moore Donates Food and Hand Sanitizer in New Jersey
Benjamin Moore’s largest employee population is in New Jersey – with its corporate headquarters in Montvale, a research and development site in Flanders, manufacturing facility in Newark and distribution center in Clifton. Now more than ever during these challenging times, Benjamin Moore maintains its commitment to the communities it serves, in particular local organizations, neighbors and families across New Jersey.
As the state faces a 50% increase in need, Benjamin Moore has donated $100,000 to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey and Frontline Foods – two organizations dedicated to serving members of the community and healthcare workers with much-needed food and supplies. This contribution will provide nearly 230,000 meals to residents and healthcare workers throughout New Jersey.
In its Newark facility, where the company has been making paint since the 1920s, Benjamin Moore leveraged its production resources to manufacture hand sanitizer for donation. These bottles were delivered to the NJ State Police for distribution among the essential medical professionals in hospitals and healthcare facilities across the state.