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November 30, 2015

Hermann Services Seeks Donations for its “Drive Out Hunger” Holiday Food Drive

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This holiday season Hermann Services is staying local with its corporate charitable work by giving back to the community that has helped sustain it since Fred Hermann founded the company in New Brunswick 88 years ago.

As a leading locally-based logistics and transportation company, Hermann Services has mounted a “Drive Out Hunger” holiday food drive. The company hopes to fill one of its 53′ tractor-trailers with food donations for the South Brunswick Food Pantry.

Terri Hermann, Project Manager, who heads up the Drive Out Hunger program said, “Since becoming involved with South Brunswick Social Services, we have learned how Hermann Services can assist the community in one of the areas where it needs help the most – feeding families who are going without proper food. We have heard many heartbreaking stories. Some people have been forced out of work due to illness. Others are elderly or single parents who cannot make ends meet. For whatever reason, many in our area are going hungry.”

Not only does Hermann Services want to Drive Out Hunger, but also the Food Drive seeks to accomplish it with wholesome food and drinks. High on the priority list are such items as canned soups, vegetables and fruits; peanut butter and jelly; pasta and rice; cereal and oatmeal; juice boxes and bottled water.

“We are very appreciative of the good work that Hermann Services has done for our community over the years,” said LouAnne Wolf, Director, South Brunswick Social Services. “They are a generous, socially-responsible corporate citizen to have in our area.” Earlier this year Jeff Hermann, Executive Vice President, and Hermann Services were awarded the 2015 South Brunswick Township Economic Development Committee Humanitarian Award.

Help us fill this truck with wholesome food to Drive Out Hunger.
Please drop off your food donation Monday-Friday from

8:00am-5:00pm at one of the following locations:

  • Hermann Services, Inc. Corporate Offices: 83 Stults Road, Dayton, NJ 08810
  • Hermann Services Transportation: 11 Distribution Way, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

The Hermann Services Drive Out Hunger Program requires professional expertise in food handling, storage, and transportation, which Hermann Services specializes in. To that end the company fields a deep bench of personnel who provide coordination and logistics for the program. The Hermann Services “Drive Out Hunger” Holiday Food Drive Team is comprised of:

  • Chuck Capra, President Hermann Warehouse
  • Terri Hermann, Project Manager
  • Erin Van Heusen, IT coordinator
  • Luisa Hermann, VP Finance Hermann Transportation
  • Jeff Hermann, Executive VP Hermann Transportation
  • Ebony Hunter, Recruiting
  • Dave Anderson, Warehouse Manager
  • Jim Capra, Warehouse Manager
  • John Capra, Warehouse Manager
  • Diane Danfield, Warehouse Manager
  • Jim Denniston, Warehouse Manager
  • William Fekete, Warehouse Manager

For more information about the Hermann Services Drive Out Hunger Holiday Food Drive, contact Terri Hermann at (800) 524-0067, Ext. 203 or by email at Bulk donations are welcome. Let us know if you need a pick up and we’ll arrange transport.

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A Hermann Transportation trailer draped with a food-drive banner was also contributed to promote the program.