O’Gorman Motors helps CWU Food Pantry of Irvington

ogm check food pantryIRVINGTON, NJ — On April 13, Edward O’Gorman and the entire O’Gorman Motors staff presented a check for $4600 to Allison Bryant and Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss for the CWU Food Pantry.

O’Gorman Motors Inc., President Edward O’Gorman said he recognizes the increasing statistics of families and individuals in our community that go without proper food, shelter, and essential medical care every day.

Bryant said that there are a variety of factors contributing to the growing numbers including low wages, job loss, injuries, illness, age, domestic violence, etc. But while everyone is susceptible to hard times, children and the elderly are at the most risk, and they make up the largest number of clients served by the food pantry.

That is what prompted O’Gorman to spring into action to pay it forward.  O’Gorman and the O’Gorman Motors sales team, have donated $100 of every vehicle sold in the month of March to the CWU Food Pantry.