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Unitex Brings Holiday Cheer to St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in New Jersey

(from left to right): Jerry Iannone, Gregory Iannone, Seth Gershman, John DiGiovanni and Lisa Miller. Credits: Unitex, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

PATERSON, NJ - Unitex, a regional healthcare business with locations throughout the Northeast, gave back to children at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Paterson.  Supporting local hospitals, schools and community programs across the Northeast is something that the team at Unitex did regularly and this holiday season.  In order to help bring smiles to children this holiday season, the team at Unitex visited St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital.

The festivities were well received by the children at the hospital.  The team decorated stockings and delivered gifts to every child as part of this special holiday extravaganza. 

"It’s all about spreading holiday cheer and bringing positivity and happiness to these children and their families, especially during the holiday season,” said David Potack, Vice President of Unitex. “Giving back is a huge part of Unitex’s business model and we realize that it is so important to put smiles on people’s faces, so that is what we strive to do always.”

"We are grateful to Unitex for their support during the holiday season,” said Tiffany Shevchik, MA, CCLS, Child Life Coordinator, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center. “The children enjoyed the holiday craft and loved their special gifts. It was a great celebration for everyone. “

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