AP&G donates winter coats through Jersey Cares


January 20, 2022


New and gently used coats were donated by AP&G employees to those in need through Jersey Cares. PHOTO: AP&G

AP&G Co. employees donated their gently used winter coats to those in need this winter.

David Leon, AP&G human resources director, recently coordinated a coat drive at the Bayonne, N.J., location to collect winter coats for those in need.

Leon collected a total of 54 coats all brought in by AP&G Co. employees. The coats were sorted and dropped off for donation to the Jersey Cares Coat Drive.

The new and gently used winter coats were for men, women and children, and were later distributed to local people in need through non-profit organizations. The distribution side was led by Jersey Cares, an organization that describes itself as one that “increases the level of meaningful volunteer engagement by creating and managing efficient, impactful projects that address critical community-identified needs.”

“It was great to see the team come together to help those in the community who are in need. I was not at all surprised to see the generous spirit of our employees come through for a great cause. Kudos to David for his coordination and hard work to make this coat drive happen,” said Jonathan Frisch, VP of sales and marketing, AP&G Co.

About AP&G Co., Inc.

AP&G Co. is a leading manufacturer of pest management solutions. Using a science-based approach, the company creates high-quality products for rodent, insect and mosquito management. Founded in the early 1950s in Brooklyn, N.Y., AP&G Co. started with the production of specialty adhesives. Now based in Bayonne, N.J., AP&G introduced the Catchmaster brand in 1977 to help support pest management professionals in their control, monitoring and prevention work worldwide.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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