Unity Bank has been serving our community for 25 years!
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Check out these posts on individuals, businesses, or organizations that have served the community for 25 years or more.
"Middlesex Elks Lodge 1488 has been doing amazing community work in Middlesex Borough for well over 25 years. Members serve the community in different capacities making it one of the best organizations in our little town. Every year they help and honor a child with special needs, hold many fundraisers supporting other local organizations, honor students in the community, along with countless other community support." - Lauralee
"Meal on Wheels of Greater New Brunswick has provided meal service to those in need for over 40 years and it feels great to be a part of an organization that gives so much to those in need." - Randy W.
"Dunellen Hotel is a community staple serving the local residents for more than 15 years. The Hotel is involved in all aspects of the town and supports the town's many non-profit organizations." - James D.
"Hunterdon Helpline has been 'your first call for help' for 48 years, connecting people in need or at-risk with the resources, programs and services they need to resolve their challenges. In addition to the 24/7, 365/days/year "hotline,: Helpline has free programs and services for seniors to live independently, adults learn English, residents get jobs and the homeless receive emergency assistance and shelter." - Susan L.
"Precision Metal Fabricator has been in business for 40 YEARS!! And is a proud supporter of team "303" Robotic Team at Bridgewater HS." - Mark B.
"Can an organization help revitalize a community? You bet it can! The Easton Farmers' Market did just that. In 2005, Easton was at a low point. Businesses were closing. They dug in. Refused to quit. Held special events, and education programs. Fast forward. Now there's 35 producers, SNAP benefits matching, children's programs, nutritional education and volunteers who love the positive effect on Easton. People come from all over. Some stay or open businesses. Thank God they dug in and didn't quit." - Jennifer C.