News November 27, 2019

JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 Operator Donates Over 100 Turkeys to Jamaica Community Church

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JFKIAT donated more than 100 turkeys and canned goods ahead of Thanksgiving

Queens, New York – November 26 – JFKIAT, the operator of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport, donated over 100 turkeys and canned goods to Bethany Baptist Church of Jamaica ahead of Thanksgiving, helping people in the local community enjoy homecooked meals during the holiday. 

JFKIAT senior team members including CEO and President Roel Huinink with Bethany Baptist Church members at the turkey donation.

“JFKIAT is proud to help provide Bethany Baptist Church with food for those in need this Thanksgiving,” said Roel Huinink, JFKIAT President and CEO. “As a company operating within Queens, JFKIAT’s goal is to make a positive impact on our local community and working with vital organizations like Bethany Baptist Church is just one way that we seek to support our neighbors in Jamaica. We look forward to growing our relationship with the wonderful leaders of this church in the future.”  

“Bethany Baptist Church is grateful for JFKIAT’s generous donation to our food pantry,” said Deacon Waters of Bethany Baptist Church. “We are happy that families in our community will be able to begin the holiday season with a warm meal and we appreciate JFKIAT’s contributions to make this happen.” 

JFKIAT executives with Bethany Baptist Church members at the turkey donation.

JFKIAT’s corporate giving program, 4GOOD, seeks to serve local institutions through philanthropic and sustainable actions to make a positive impact on the community. Aimed at promoting educational, social, and professional success, the 4GOOD program consists of two components: Community (Corporate Philanthropy) and Sustainability (Environment). Corporate resources include financial contributions, charitable giving, employee volunteering and community outreach.

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