Giving Back

Pipe Works Quote for Work at Interfaith Food Pantry: "It's Free"

Andrew Zackoff installing one of the 3 hosebibs for the site. In the background you can see the gardens which were the inspiration for this project. Lots of food will be grown on premise now.  

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ  - When the Interfaith Food Pantry called to get an estimate for work needed to water its gardens, Paul Giglio, Jr., gave them a price that was hard to beat. He told them that labor and parts would be free.

The Interfaith Food Pantry had received a grant with which they installed gardens. To make these gardens successful they needed a way to keep them watered. They called Pipe Works Services, located in Chatham since 2000, looking for an estimate.

“ I love the community I live and work in,"  Pipe Works Services  owner Paul Giglio, Jr., said. "Giving back is just a part of appreciating the opportunity to make a difference.”

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Pipe Works Services delivered the promised work when it donated the installation of three outdoor hose bibs so that the Interfaith Food Pantry can now grow its own food to help people in need. Andrew Zackoff was part of the crew who worked to complete the installation on May 5.

"I wanted to reach out and help an organization who helps so many people each year," Giglio said.



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