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Gershow Recycling has pledged to match the $1,086.50 raised by students at William Floyd School District’s elementary schools, Kreamer Street Elementary School in Bellport, Holy Angels Regional School in Patchogue and Our Lady of Mercy Regional School in Cutchogue as part of “Can Tabs for Kids,” a program designed to raise funds for the fight against childhood cancer.

The money will go to benefit the Sunrise Fund at Stony Brook University Medical Center, an organization that raises awareness and funds for specific projects to assist local families. Jonathan Abrams, manager, Gershow Recycling, presented the check in the amount of $2,173 during a special assembly at William Floyd Elementary School.

As part of the Can Tabs for Kids program, students brought in aluminum tabs  and placed them in collection bins in their classrooms. This year, Gershow received over 3 million tabs from the students, weighing a total of 2,173 pounds and worth $1,086.50.

Published in the July 2015 Edition of American Recycler News