Friends of the Parsippany Library Thank Community Partner NJM Insurance Group

    Christina Liparini, President, Friends of the Parsippany Library; Jayne Beline, Parsippany Public Library Director, Steve Goldman – NJM Insurance Group Assistant VP, Sales/Policyholder Services; Cindy Berger – NJM Insurance Group Community Outreach Events Coordinator and Jeff Richardson – NJM Insurance Group Community Outreach Events Coordinator

    PARSIPPANY — Representatives from the Parsippany Library and NJM Insurance Group recently met at the Parsippany office of NJM to acknowledge their designation as a corporate benefactor to the Friends of the Parsippany Library through a $500 contribution.  At this time, they also discussed ways that the library and NJM can collaborate in the future to enhance the experiences of NJM’s Parsippany employees and the larger Parsippany community.

    NJM Insurance Group is among the Garden State’s largest property casualty insurers. Founded in 1913, NJM’s mission is to provide value-based insurance solutions with the highest levels of service, integrity, and financial stewardship. One of NJM’s core values is to support the communities in which they are privileged to serve. As a corporate sponsor, NJM supports non-profit organizations throughout the state.

    The Company operates in a mutual fashion for the exclusive benefit of its policyholders.  Headquartered in West Trenton with offices in Parsippany and Hammonton, NJM employs nearly 2,500 workers.

    Since 1984, The Friends of the Parsippany Library have been committed to improving our libraries by raising funds that may be used in various ways, such as to sponsor events and programs; supplement children’s programs; and purchase books, computers, software and audio visual materials.

    Funds come from book sales, revenue from “The Book Nook” (the Friends’ used book store) and various fundraisers.  The remainder of the budget is made up of annual dues paid by the membership (whether individual or corporate), donations, and grants.

    To learn more about how you can contribute to the growth of Parsippany’s libraries, visit the Friends of the Parsippany Library by clicking here.

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