Epec Supports its Local Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic


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Epec Engineering Technologies recently donated a portion of their online sales to United Way of Greater New Bedford.

Since 1953, United Way of Greater New Bedford proudly serves residents throughout the Southcoast, with a primary focus on residents from the cities and towns of Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, Marion, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Rochester, and Wareham.

During the recent pandemic, they started the COVID-19 Response Fund, which has already generated more than $250,000 to help bring assistance to individuals and families impacted by lost wages, and the closure of schools, day cares, and non-essential businesses.

Ed McMahon, CEO of Epec commented: "We are always looking to give back to the community in any way we can. I am a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, which Epec donates to on a yearly basis, so, giving back to our community in a time of need is the least that we can do."

Epec has made a donation of $10,000 to this great cause to help the community they are a part of.

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