“Often, it doesn’t take much to brighten someone’s darkest times.”



MORRISTOWN, NJ, December 4, 2013 – This Thanksgiving season, CoreMedia Systems, Inc. employees distributed 100 frozen turkeys and trimmings to families  in need at the Morristown Neighborhood House,


“We are delighted to work with local businesses on this important endeavor to help so many families in our community,” said Patrice Picard, Chief Executive Officer at Cornerstone Family Programs. “There is a tremendous demand for food in our community, especially around the holidays. This type of support and generosity helps us to make Thanksgiving more cheerful for those facing challenging times.”


For more information about this project please call the Volunteer Coordinator: Jackie Looby at (973) 538-1229 Ext. 17 or e-mail loobyj@neighborhood-house.org.


About Morristown Neighborhood House

Morristown Neighborhood House was founded in 1898 as a settlement house that helped Italian immigrants in becoming acclimated to a new culture. The core mission, helping new immigrants and families who are confronting economic challenges and fostering cross cultural acceptance, has remained the same.  Programs are run in three cities and six locations throughout Morris County. On an average day, over 1,500 children and youth receive services from Neighborhood House in locations at Morristown, Dover, Denville and Frelinghuysen Middle School. For more information, please visit their website at: www.neighborhood-house.org. The Neighborhood House is a subsidiary of Cornerstone Family Programs, Morristown NJ. www.cornerstonefamilyprograms.org.



About CoreMedia


CoreMedia Systems, Inc. develops and supports CoreDirect, the industry’s most widely used software for direct response advertising agencies. The system is used by more than 100 direct response agencies and marketers to plan, buy, manage, measure and optimize direct response media campaigns.  For more information visit our web site at www.coremedia-systems.com.


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