Thompson Mahogany (TMC) Employees were recently asked by St. Marks Church in Conshohocken, PA to donate jars or cans of Turkey gravy to The Colonial Neighborhood Council for Thanksgiving. TMC employees joined together in support of the cause and in less than one week, donated 63 jars of Turkey gravy.
St Marks Church and Colonial Neighborhood Council will use the gravy as party of their efforts to bring warm Thanksgiving meals to folks in the coming weeks.
“A special thanks to those of you that donated. Thanks for joining me in this donation and helping make Thanksgiving special for those in need.” said Andrew Nuffer, General Manager at Thompson Mahogany Company.
About Thompson Mahogany
Thompson Mahogany Company has been a leading importer and manufacturer of fine hardwoods, decking, millwork and moulding since 1843. Find out more about Thompson Mahogany at www.thompsonmahogany.com
About Colonial Neighborhood Council & St. Mark’s
The Colonial Neighborhood Council serves youth, the elderly, unemployed, underemployed and disadvantaged individuals and families in the Borough of Conshohocken, and the townships of Plymouth and Whitemarsh.
St. Mark’s is a Lutheran church that belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod.