Realty, mover do­nate to Wal­dorf food pantry

Maryland Independent - - Business -

Cen­tur y 21 New Mil­len­nium branches in Lex­ing­ton Park, Prince Fred­er­ick, La Plata, and Wal­dorf, with the sup­port of World­wide Mov­ing Sys­tems of Wal­dorf, col­lected over 1600 boxes of break­fast ce­re­als to do­nate to the Catholic Char­i­ties food pantry in Wal­dorf, which serves all of South­ern Mary­land.

World­wide Mov­ing Sys­tems do­nated a truck and la­bor to col­lect the ce­real from Cen­tury 21 New Mil­len­nium lo­ca­tions and de­liver it to the food pantry, ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease.

“World­wide Mov­ing Sys­tems is a fam­ily-owned and op­er­ated com­pany, so we are al­ways ex­cited to help out such a wor­thy cause, es­pe­cially dur­ing the hol­i­day sea­son. Cen­tury 21 New Mil­len­nium’s man­agers and agents are so en­thu­si­as­tic that it is con­ta­gious,” Jeff Rock­en­baugh, sales man­ager at World­wide Mov­ing Sys­tems, said in the re­lease.

Cold ce­re­als are an item of need at the food pantry be­cause chil­dren can pre­pare it for them­selves if a par­ent isn’t avail­able or is in­ca­pac­i­tated, food pantry Di­rec­tor Brenda DiCarlo said in the re­lease. She said that many fam­i­lies ask for boxes of ce­real but the pantry rarely has any to give.

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