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Meridian Proudly Participates in Annual Gift Drive

With every holiday season comes the Center for Hope and Safety’s Annual Gift Drive. This year marked the 25th anniversary since the inception of this important event. Meridian, along with other Teterboro Airport-based tenants, gathered together to donate new toys, games, clothes, shoes, gift cards, and other gifts for those in need.
On Monday, December 17, Meridian drove a van filled with boxes containing a variety of donated gifts over to the AvPorts Administrative Building. The Center for Hope and Safety was very appreciative of the airport’s combined effort and commitment to the community. Meridian employees generously donated toys, food items, kitchen appliances, electronics, and apparel.
Center for Hope and Safety’s mission is to assist women and children who are victims of domestic violence, including emotional, economic, sexual and physical abuse. The agency provides emergency and transitional housing, emotional support, and a diversified continuum of services focused on safety, empowerment, and self-sufficiency. Through community partnerships, Center for Hope and Safety raises awareness, provides services, and educates community members about domestic violence.
Meridian is proud to participate in such an impactful campaign that delivers holiday cheer to local families. Together, we can all make a difference by continuing the tradition of helping these families by providing them with much-needed donations for a warm and loving holiday. Remember, the greatest gift of all is giving!
For more information about Center for Hope and Safety, please visit their website at
Thank you to everyone who donated!

Representatives from Meridian, Teterboro Airport, The Center for Hope and Safety, and other airport tenants, proudly display the toys and other donations collected for the annual toy drive.


Meridian Employees Rally to Support Shelter with Holiday Gift Drive

For the past 20 years, the Teterboro Airport community has come together to deliver holiday cheer to local mothers and their children who are victims of domestic violence, including emotional, economic, sexual and physical abuses. Consequently, these families have fled from their dysfunctional environments and are receiving safety, strength & hope at the Center for Hope and Safety. Although the shelter’s name has changed from Shelter Our Sisters to the Center for Hope and Safety, their mission has remained the same. Donations are now being accepted to help those suffering from domestic violence to help make their holiday a little more special. Items being collected include toys, apparel, gift cards, appliances, recreational and entertainment gifts.
Meridian employees have always answered the call and given generously in past years. The donation drive has begun again for this holiday season, and Meridian colleagues will be able to participate by dropping off new, unwrapped gifts into collection boxes located throughout the FBO. When the donation drive is finished, the gifts will be collected and driven over to the main Airport Operations building at Teterboro Airport for pick-up by the Center for Hope and Safety.
Together, we can continue the tradition of helping these families by providing them with a warm and loving holiday for 2014. Please join us in donating new, unwrapped merchandise such as:
– Apparel
– Electronics
– Donations for boys and girls in their early teens
– Household items
– Gift Certificates / Gift Cards
– Infant care items such as baby food, diapers, etc.
– Non-perishable food items
– Toys and games for children of all ages
You may also drop-off your donation at:
Airport Services
111 Industrial Avenue, Bldg. 1
Teterboro, NJ 07608
For inquiries, please contact an Airport Services Holiday Coordinator:
Lauren (201) 393-4080 or Terri (201) 807-4020
The donation deadline is Friday, December 19, 2014.
Thank you for your support!