NJM Insurance Group, a property and casualty insurer, has announced a $100,000 donation that will benefit hunger relief organizations across the Mid-Atlantic region.
“Households across the country lack consistent access to food. NJM is proud to help advance the vital efforts undertaken by non-profit organizations – large and small – to help alleviate food insecurity,” said Mitch Livingston, NJM president and CEO.
The donation will be distributed to 20 organizations in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, including:
“The face of hunger reflects the full range of diversity here in New Jersey and throughout the country,” said Joyce Campbell, TASK CEO.
“We are grateful for corporate leaders like NJM and their generous support of our efforts to combat hunger in our communities.”
NJM has contributed to organizations that support arts and culture, health, education, community assistance, safety, and financial literacy. It has also offered community service programs to employees and has a matching donation program that matches a dollar for every dollar contributed by its employees to organizations.