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Gershow Sponsors Summer Concert Series

Pictured (left to right): Sherri Stoklasa, Regional Agency Manager, and Marie Conway, Senior Health Specialist, Wellcare; Paul Donoghue, President, Medford Chamber of Commerce; Mike Bottalico, Entertainment Coordinator, Medford Chamber of Commerce; Dominick Thorne, Suffolk County Legislator; Nick Caracappa, Suffolk County Legislator and Chair, Veterans Committee; and Walter Maresco, Sergeant at Arms, Staff Sgt. Keith Bishop Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2937.

Gershow Recycling was a sponsor of the Medford Chamber’s Concert for Veterans, which took place on June 21 at Medford Memorial Park featuring Lipstick and F.U.B. This performance was part of the Medford Chamber’s Summer Concert Series.

Gershow Recycling Grants Environmental Conservation Scholarships to Local Graduating High School Seniors


Gershow Recycling provided financial assistance to graduating high school seniors from Long Island and the New York metropolitan area with its Environmental Conservation Scholarship. Now in its 16th year, this one-time, $1,000 scholarship is given to a student who intends to continue their studies in either engineering or environmental science after graduation.

This year’s recipients were Connor Murphy (Bellport High School), Skyler Duke (Bay Shore High School), David Jorgensen (Lindenhurst High School), Patrick Mucha (Patchogue-Medford High School), Marilyn Sanchez-Zepeda (Valley Stream Central High School), Julio Fromento Gomez (Freeport High School), Jayden Morales-Aparicio (Walt Whitman High School), Andrew Muzaka (Herricks High School), Aamina Chaudhry (Longwood High School), Lillian Pennacchia (Riverhead High School), and Ryan Jean Baptiste (Frederick Douglass Academy VII High School).

The recipients of this year’s Gershow Recycling/Medford Chamber of Commerce Scholarship were Megan Scovani and Arellys Barrera-Martinez of Patchogue-Medford High School. This one-time award in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to two Patchogue-Medford High School students who intend to continue studying environmental science, recycling or business.

This year’s recipients of the Gershow Recycling/Medford Taxpayers & Civic Association Scholarship were Nicole Fox and Isana Alicea who, after graduation, plan to study environmental science, political science or government.

Bryan Frascogna and Ceania Rei Gonzales each received the Gershow Recycling/Medford Fire Department Scholarship. These scholarships went to these two students as they plan to continue their service as a volunteer firefighter or EMT, or pursue a career in public service.

The Gershow Recycling/Staff Sgt. Keith Bishop Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2937 Scholarship went to Brennan Sullivan and Alexandre Lawrence. They will continue to pursue ROTC or a military career in conjunction with their academic studies.

Gershow Recycling Donates $1,000 to Angela’s House

Pictured (left to right): Joe DeStefano, New York State Assemblyman; Tanya Pottinger, Human Resources Generalist, Gershow Recycling; Ketsia Baptiste, Development Associate, Angela’s House; and Paul Donoghue, President, Medford Chamber of Commerce.

As part of its support for local charities, Gershow Recycling recently made a $1,000 donation to Angela’s House. The donation was made during the Medford Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting at Angela’s House Home Store in Medford on June 19.

Angela’s House is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that assists families caring for children with special health care needs who are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life-threatening illness.

Gershow Recycling Sponsors “Metal for Tesla” Fundraising Event

Collects 20,464 Pounds of Scrap; Proceeds to Support Cleanup of Tesla Science Center Property

Dave Seiler (left), Account Executive, Gershow Recycling, is joined by members of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe during the Metal for Tesla event on April 20. Also pictured: front row (left to right) Brayden Rowe, Student Volunteer; Paul Rosa, Volunteer; Gene Genova, Board Member; Justin Rowe, Student Volunteer; Rich Rubin and Judy Black, Volunteers.
Back row (l-r): Jeff Brown and Ryan Kisner, Volunteers; Steve Kuhn, Member of the Facilities and Grounds Team; Karl Sedenius and Jim Wuttke, Volunteers.

Gershow Recycling sponsored and took part in “Metal for Tesla,” a scrap metal fundraising event, which was held at the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW) in Shoreham on Earth Day weekend, on Saturday, April 20. As part of the fundraiser, Gershow provided the use of a container and collected 20,464 pounds of scrap metal, which wound up being recycled and kept out of landfills. Through the fundraiser and donations made by Gershow, $2,171 was raised to support the organization. Proceeds will go to support renovations at Wardenclyffe. In addition to its sponsorship and participation, Gershow handed out recycling educational activity books to children in attendance, as well as T-shirts, refrigerator magnets, and reusable shopping bags.

Since 2013, Gershow has provided the use of its scrap metal containers for the TSCW as part of its efforts to help the non-profit organization fund the renovation of Wardenclyffe, which is the site of the only remaining laboratory of the famous inventor, Nikola Tesla. Plans for the property include a Tesla museum, an Education and Visitor Center with space to host community workshops and an innovation center for startup companies to help launch their businesses.

Gershow Recycling Donates $1,000 to Patchogue-Medford High School Cheerleading Team for Trip to the National Championship

Jonathan Abrams of Gershow Recycling (left) presents the Patchogue-Medford High School cheerleading team with a $1,000 check from Gershow Recycling on February 6. The money will be used to pay for the costs associated with the trip to the Universal Cheerleading Association National High School Cheerleading Championship, which will take place at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida on February 9-12, 2024.

In support of the local community, Gershow Recycling has once again donated $1,000 to the Patchogue-Medford High School cheerleading team to help pay for the costs associated with the trip to the National Championship, which will take place February 9-12, 2024 at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. This is a significant milestone for the team, since it is the second time in the school’s history, and the second consecutive year, that they have qualified for Nationals.

Gershow Recycling Donates 25 Vintage Fire Extinguishers to Tunnel to Towers Foundation

Pictured (left to right): Peter O’Toole, External Logistics Coordinator, Tunnel to Towers Foundation; Jonathan Abrams, Gershow Recycling; Rich D’Angelo, Manager, Huntington Station Facility, Gershow Recycling; and Rob Jordan, Warehouse Property Manager, Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

Members of the Tunnel to Towers (T2T) Foundation came to Gershow Recycling’s Huntington Station facility on December 20 to collect 25 vintage fire extinguishers from Gershow.

The vintage fire extinguishers are set to be auctioned off by T2T, with all proceeds going towards assisting the families of fallen first responders, Gold Star families and homeless veterans. 

T2T was established in honor of Stephen Siller, a New York City firefighter who lost his life during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The organization aims to honor and support the courageous men and women who risk their lives daily in the line of duty, provides mortgage-free homes to Gold Star families and first responders, and builds specially adapted smart homes for injured first responders and veterans. 

Gershow made the connection with T2T, thanks to one of its employees, a former SCPD detective whose brother-in-law, George C. Cain, a New York City firefighter (Engine 16-Ladder 7) perished in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. A few years back, Sam Gershowitz had two fire extinguishers refurbished with a copper coating to be given to Cain’s mother and sister as Mother’s Day gifts. Both fire extinguishers were greatly appreciated, and are proudly displayed in the homes of Cain’s mother and sister. With the help of Gershow management, the idea of donating more fire extinguishers to T2T was put in motion with the hope of generating more money to support their worthy causes. 

Gershow Recycling Donates $2,500 in Support of KiDS NEED MoRE HoLiDAY CHEER BUS Elf Ride

Melissa Firmes, LMSW (left), President/Founder. KiDS NEED MoRE, announces the donation from Gershow Recycling during the organization’s Holiday Cheer Elf Ride in Amityville on December 17. Also pictured with the elves from the Sleigh All The Way team, which was supported by Gershow, are Jonathan Abrams of Gershow (second from right) and John Ray (right), Treasurer, KiDS NEED MoRE.

Gershow Recycling was a major sponsor of the KiDS NEED MoRE HoLiDAY CHEER BUS Elf Ride, which took place at the group’s headquarters in Amityville December 17. The company generously contributed $2,500 as a key supporter of this festive event.

Jonathan Abrams of Gershow Recycling addressed the crowd during the press conference. “These children have been through a lot in their lives and, today, we want to make this day a very special day for them,” he said. “I wish to commend everyone at KiDS NEED MoRE for the work that they do. This is an organization that truly performs miracles.”

KiDS NEED MoRE is renowned for its various programs aimed at enriching the lives of children and families facing life-threatening illnesses and traumatic interruptions of the normal childhood experience. Each year, since its inception in 2015, the HoLiDAY CHEER BUS Elf Ride has enlisted 1,000 volunteer elves who joyfully deliver gifts to 1,500 children in need across Long Island.

Gershow Receives JFA Plaque for Recycling after Bellone Announces County Has Paid off Lease Buyback on H. Lee Dennison Building

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced during a press conference on December 13 that the county has successfully paid off the sale leaseback of the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge, meaning the county now owns the building again. The plaque commemorating the sale of the building to the county’s Judicial Facilities Agency was designated by Executive Steve Bellone to be scrap metal. Suffolk County officials presented the plaque to Gershow Recycling to be recycled and forgotten. The money that the county receives for the scrap will go directly into its reserve fund.

Gershow Recycling Donates $1,050 to Give Kids The World Village

Scott Schelin (center, standing behind check), Owner, North Fork Sanitation, is joined by members of the Suffolk Masonic District at the demolition derby fundraiser for Give Kids The World Village at Riverhead Raceway on July 15. Gershow Recycling donated $1,050 to the organization. Also pictured with the check (left to right): Stu Smith, Past Master, Distinguished Service Award; John Finley, Right Worshipful and Masonic War Veteran; Ezra Fife, Junior Warden, Suffolk Masonic District; and Al Cortizo, Junior Grand Deacon of Grand Lodge New York.

In support of the local community, Gershow Recycling donated $1,050 to Give Kids The World (GKTW) Village as part of a demolition derby fundraiser that took place at Riverhead Raceway on July 15.

GKTW Village is an 89-acre nonprofit resort in Kissimmee, Florida, that provides week-long, cost-free wish vacations to critically ill children and their families from around the world who want to visit Central Florida. Since 1986, the organization has welcomed more than 187,000 families from all 50 states and 76 countries. The Village is made possible by the support of generous donors and community partners, as well as thousands of passionate volunteers who donate their time and talent making wishes come true.

The event was organized by Scott Schelin, Owner, North Fork Sanitation Inc. in Cutchogue. Mr. Schelin is a member of the Suffolk Masonic District, which is raising money for GKTW.

Gershow Recycling, a major sponsor of this event, has close ties to Mr. Schelin, who is one of Gershow’s customers and is a close friend of Joe Bertuccio, Vice President of Operations, Gershow Recycling. Mr. Bertuccio owns a race car that competes at the racetrack.

School Bus Demolition Derby to Be Held July 15 to Benefit Give Kids The World Village

Gershow Recycling Is a Major Sponsor of the Event

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK – A school bus demolition derby fundraiser will be held at Riverhead Raceway on Saturday July 15th at 6:00 p.m. All proceeds will go to benefit Give Kids The World (GKTW) Village.

GKTW Village is an 89-acre nonprofit resort in Kissimmee, Florida, that provides week-long, cost-free wish vacations to critically ill children and their families from around the world who want to visit Central Florida. Since 1986, the organization has welcomed more than 187,000 families from all 50 states and 76 countries. The Village is made possible by the support of generous donors and community partners, as well as thousands of passionate volunteers who donate their time and talent making wishes come true.

Donations may be made by visiting https://give.gktw.org/smddemo and will go directly to GKTW.

The event is being organized by Scott Schelin, Owner, North Fork Sanitation Inc. in Cutchogue. Mr. Schelin is a member of the Suffolk Masonic District, which is raising money for GKTW.

Gershow Recycling, a major sponsor of this event, has close ties to Mr. Schelin, who is one of Gershow’s customers and is a close friend of Joe Bertuccio, Vice President of Operations, Gershow Recycling. Mr. Bertuccio owns a race car that competes at the racetrack.

“We are pleased to work with Mr. Schelin on this event,” Kevin Gershowitz, President, Gershow Recycling, said. “As a sponsor, we are honored to help Mr. Schelin and his organization provide vacations for critically ill children. We encourage families to come out for a night of thrills and action, while supporting a good cause.”

Riverhead Raceway is located at 1797 Old Country Road in Riverhead. Tickets for this event will be sold on-site for $30.

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