TW Metals helps shelter residents have a Merry Christmas

Photo Supplied Workers from TW Metals and Matt McNeil, employee of Good Samaritan Shelter, stand with some of the gifts that went to the shelter.

TW Metals of Exton has generously donated Christmas gifts to the residents of the Good Samaritan Shelter in Phoenixville. This is the second year that the employees of TW Metals have purchased presents for residents of the shelter. The residents wrote a wish list of items and the employees of TW Metals responded in a very generous manner.

The holidays can be a difficult time for the people we serve, said Nate Hoffer, executive director of the Good Samaritan Shelter. For many, its a time to be with family and share gifts. For those experiencing homelessness this can be a tough time. For TW Metals to once again provide presents for our residents is a tremendous encouragement to all of us. They are helping to put smiles on a lot of faces. We are so grateful for their support.

Since 2002 the Good Samaritan Shelter has been serving the needs of homeless men in the greater Phoenixville area. Today, the organization owns five buildings on High Street and provides shelter and services to over 100 men annually.

For more information on the Good Samaritan Shelter, please visit www.goodsamshelter.org.