HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Through the coordinated efforts of Marco Howington, vice president of Public Relations and Governmental Affairs of Enburg Group, with their supplier Craftline Cabinet Corporation, and John Westervelt, CEO of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, 30 European-style/handicap adaptable vanities were donated on Thursday, August 6 to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark.
The donation serves as a contribution to their efforts to provide construction supplies and materials throughout the Archdiocese which serves Bergen, Union, Hudson, and Essex counties.
The vanities will be used in several affordable and charitable housing projects, which Catholic Charities are involved in throughout northern New Jersey.
“We have several residential sites, group homes and shelters that require maintenance and renovations on a regular basis” said Mr. Dan Murphy, Facilities Manager for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark.
Donated by Enburg Group, owner and developer of the high-rise development at 150 Main Street in Downtown Hackensack, these cabinets are a European-manufactured vanity fabricated to the full standard of handicap/ADA compliance and accessibility.
Said Howington, “Enburg believes in pulling together in times of prosperity and crisis for the common good.”
About Enburg Group
Established in 1978, Enburg Group started as a local food manufacturer in Southeast Asia and has evolved into a diversified investment company that has branched out to encompass a number of industries including real estate development.
While Enburg has hotels in Somerset and East Brunswick, they are headquartered in Hackensack, the home of their first large scale development project in the US. The Enburg Group continues to support the local and surrounding communities in an effort to contribute to the wellbeing of businesses and residents alike.