Plattsburgh, N.Y., injection molder Mold-Rite Plastics Inc. has stepped in to help North County Mission of Hope, a humanitarian group, according to this story from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican. Mission of Hope, a non-profit that serves the needy, had to move out of its existing space to make way for new development. Mold-Rite stepped in and offered 4,000 square feet of space. The company, which was founded in 1976, has a long history of helping out the charity, according to the newspaper.
Mold-Rite has been a supporter of the group since its very start more than nine years ago after Hurricane Mitch caused catastrophic damage in Nicaragua and a few people in Plattsburgh joined forces to send help. “Mold-Rite stepped up at a time when we weren't a proven product in the community,” said [Sister Debbie] Blow, [executive director of the mission]. “They took a chance on us.”Congratulations to Mold-Rite for making a difference in its community.