any Schneps Media employees volunteered their time and service during their company’s annual Corporate Charity Retreat
Schneps Media Employees Help Feed NYC Homebound Elders
(l-r) Brooklyn Paper’s Gayle Greenberg and Bronx Times Reporter’s reporter Steven Goodstein and assignment editor Alex Mitchell worked on filling and sealing the care packages.
Many Schneps Media employees volunteered their time and service during their company’s annual Corporate Charity Retreat on Friday, August 2 at Citymeals on Wheels’ Joan & Bob Tisch Emergency Distribution Center on 309 Drake Street. The volunteers packed over 2,200 Emergency Food Packages that will provide over 9,000 meals to NYC homebound elderly residents for the winter.
(l-r) Brooklyn Paper’s Tanya Phillips, Queens Courier’s Alan Gottleib and Bronx Times Reporter’s photo editor Robert Wirsing worked on placing food items into each individual package traveling down the assembly line.
(l-r) Bayside Times Jill Aronson-Dickstein, Long Island press editor Tim Bolger, Brooklyn Paper’s Sylvan Migdar and NY Family’s Katarina Avendano carried sealed packages to the pallet for shipment.
Schneps Media CEO and co-publisher Josh Schneps stacked filled Emergency Food Packages onto the pallet.
(l-r) Citymeals on Wheels volunteer program director Vivienne O’Neill; Schneps Media’s Josh Schneps and Vickie Schneps; Citymeals on Wheels executive director Beth Shapiro; warehouse director Magda Melendez; operations manager Liz Cantillo and corporate group assistant Julissa Taveras.
Bronx Times Reporter’s Steven Goodstein shrink wrapped a pallet of meals for shipment.
Schneps Media volunteers packed meals at Citymeals on Wheels’ Joan & Bob Tisch Emergency Distribution Center in Hunts Point.
Updated 11:49 am, August 8, 2019