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Livingston Employees Drive to End Hunger

Stories of Volunteerism

Employees in the CIT Livingston headquarters collected more than 30 tons of food for NJ-based Interfaith Food Pantry, providing approximately 50,000 meals for local families in need. Donations were provided to the  Interfaith Food Pantry.

The collection is part of the company-wide global initiative to fight hunger in addition to the many local volunteer projects that are designed to support the communities in which CIT employees live and work.

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