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At Wilson Brothers, we believe in giving back to the community and to those in need.

We are active in fund-raising activities for local organizations, like the PACH Food Pantry in Pepperell and for national charities, like the American Cancer Society.

Charity Garage Sale Raises $1,000 for PACH

The weather was dreary and rainy, but that didn’t damper the shoppers at the First Annual Wilson Brothers Charity Garage Sale which raised $1,000 in cash and an additional $100 in food donations.

Held inside the huge Wilson Brothers garage, the sale featured toys, games and books; household items; electronics; sports equipment; furniture … and more! Wilson Brothers’ customers, neighbors, and residents of the surrounding communities came in to donate canned goods and non-perishables for the PACH (Pepperell Aid from Community to Home) Food Pantry collection bin and to browse for a bargain. They were not disappointed!

“We are proud to be able to hold this event,” said Tom Wilson. “This is a win-win situation – we were able to clean out our own garages, attics, and play rooms … those who came to shop got some remarkable bargains … PACH received money to help fund their operations and is able to, in turn, help people in our community who are in need. It is a cycle that we are pleased to participate in,” he added.

A check was presented last week to Ellen Castellano, president of PACH, who remarked, “It is just wonderful to have people in Pepperell who support PACH in such an amazing way. Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning has been tremendous in their on-going assistance with their Food Collection for PACH and now this Charity Garage Sale. We are very grateful to them for all their help.”

PACH is located in Pepperell at the Peter Fitzpatrick School at 45 Main Street. Their new office and Food Pantry hours are: Tuesday 5 – 7 pm; Thursdays 2 – 4 pm and first and third Thursdays 5 – 7 pm.

Wilson Brothers continues to support PACH with its food collection bin in the lobby at 35 Lomar Park Drive, Pepperell. Canned goods and non-perishables are always appreciated.

Photo of presentation of $1,000 check to PACH

A check for $1,000 was presented to Ellen Castellano, President of PACH (Pepperell Assistance from Community to Home), by Tom Wilson, President of Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning in Pepperell. The money represented the proceeds of the Charity Garage Sale held recently at Wilson Brothers. Pictured left to right: Vicki Coleman, Lisa Richard, Tom Wilson, Ellen Casetellano, Paul Wilson, and Shirley Hult.

PACH to Benefit from Wilson Brothers’ Charity Garage Sale

The Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning announces that it will hold a Charity Garage Sale on Saturday, October 1st from 8 am – 2 pm (Rain or Shine). To be held in their 35 Lomar Park Drive parking lot, the garage sale will feature surplus equipment and supplies from the Wilson Brothers warehouse, along with furniture, toys, books, games, household goods, electronics, small appliances, and various and sundry items donated by Wilson Brothers and its employees. Proceeds from the event are earmarked for the Pepperell Food Pantry. In addition, Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning will have a food collection box available for non-perishables and canned goods that the public is invited to bring to the Charity Garage Sale.

Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning has been collecting non-perishables for the PACH Food Pantry in Pepperell since the beginning of the year and has collected more than a ton of food. Tom, Paul, and JohnWilson feel so strongly about their company’s commitment to supporting the Food Pantry, that they have discounted the cost of heating and air conditioning tune-ups for his customers in exchange for a sack of groceries. “The Food Pantries are the recipients of generous donations around the holidays, but this time of year the shelves get to be a bit bare,” explained Tom Wilson.

According to the Food Pantry’s Web site, they are especially in need of the following items: canned meat, including tuna, ham, and chicken; cereal – any type of healthy, low sugar varieties; peanut butter and/or jelly; canned fruit; Shelf-ready, non-perishable milk; pasta and pasta sauce; spaghetti Os or ravioli; 100% juice; Ramon noodles; chicken noodle soup and personal care products, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toothpaste; and disposable diapers, sizes 4 – 6. Visit the PACH Web site at http://www.pachoutreach.org/.

“The PACH Food Pantry is a mission of love and faith to serve people of the community. We decided that a Charity Garage Sale was something new and exciting to raise money for this worthy cause. This our way of giving back to the communities who have supported Wilson Brothers in the past,” said Tom Wilson. The Charity Garage Sale will run from 8 am until 2 pm on Saturday, October 1st. In the event of rain, the event will be moved inside the spacious Wilson Brothers garage.

Photo of Charity Garage Sale

Wilson Brother’s Charity Garage Sale for PACH.

Visit the PACH website at: www.pachoutreach.org

PACH Benefits from On-Going Collection at Wilson Brothers

What weighs over 600 pounds, takes 3 people to load into a truck and is worth over $1,600? Over the past two months, Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell, has been collecting non-perishables for the PACH Food Pantry in Pepperell. In fact, Tom Wilson, one of the three Wilson Brothers of Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell, feels so strongly about his company’s commitment to supporting the Food Pantry, that he has discounted the cost of heating and air conditioning tune-ups for his customers in exchange for a sack of groceries.

To-date Wilson Brothers has collected canned goods and non-perishables with a value of over $1,600. “We estimate that it takes at least 8 large grocery sacks to completely fill the box,” said Bonnie Wright, Wilson Brothers Marketing Manager. “So far we have filled and emptied the collection box at least ten or twelve times,” she added.

“The Food Pantries are the recipients of generous donations around the holidays, but this time of year the shelves get to be a bit bare,” explained Tom Wilson. According to the Food Pantry’s Web site, they are especially in need of the following items: canned meat, including tuna, ham, and chicken; cereal – any type of healthy, low sugar varieties; peanut butter and/or jelly; canned fruit; Shelf-ready, non-perishable milk; pasta and pasta sauce; spaghetti Os or ravioli; 100% juice; Ramon noodles; chicken noodle soup and personal care products, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toothpaste; and disposable diapers, sizes 4 – 6.

“The PACH Food Pantry is a mission of love and faith to serve people of the community. This is just my way of giving back to the communities who have supported Wilson Brothers in the past,” said Wilson. Visit the Pack webset at http://www.pachoutreach.org.

Photo of food collected for PACH

Pepperell residents, Lisa Ferolito and her son stand with Tom Wilson and one of the grocery loads collected at Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell for the PACH Food Pantry in Pepperell.

Wilson Brothers Raises $1,000 for American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days

A local HVAC company, Wilson Brothers has raised $1,000 as a sponsor and Pepperell coordinator for the American Cancer Society’s annual Daffodil Days. One of the American Cancer Society’s oldest and most beloved fundraising programs since 1973, Daffodil Days has helped to save lives from cancer by raising money and awareness to help beat the disease.

“This is the first year we participated in Daffodil Days and we are excited to have exceeded our goal,” said Tom Wilson, owner of Wilson Brothers HVAC, Inc. “The generosity of our neighbors was impressive. They opened their hearts and pockets in support of this campaign. Every dollar truly counts, especially in times like these when people need our help more than ever,” he added.

Donors selected from a range of products including bunches of daffodils, stuffed bears or donated money to purchase flowers and gifts for cancer patients. Massachusetts sponsors of this event raised over $1,000,000 during this year’s Daffodil Days.

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Melissa Fetterhoff, Executive Director of the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce stops in at Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell to pick up the flowers she ordered for the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days. With her is Bonnie Wright, Marketing Manager of Wilson Brothers.

Local Business Supports Food Pantries with 5%

Tom Wilson, one of the three Wilson Brothers of Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell, feels very strongly about his company’s commitment to supporting local charities. So much so, in fact, that he has pledged to donate 5% of his company’s revenue for heating system tune-ups this winter to two local area Food Pantries.

Both the Devens Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and the PACH Food Pantry (Pepperell Aid from Community to Home) are beneficiaries of this commitment.

In the past, Wilson Brothers HVAC has helped with the repair and preventative maintenance of the Devens Food Pantry heating system. Wilson Brothers has also assisted with the annual Post Office Food Drive collection of sacks of groceries to be donated to the Food Pantry. “We carted more than 80 boxes and filled the trucks – it was amazing!” exclaimed Tom. “We thought we were just going to deliver the donations, but it turned out to be fun! We got involved and met the Food Pantry staff and volunteers.”

“The Food Pantries are the recipients of generous donations around the holidays, but this time of year the shelves get to be a bit bare,” explained Tom Wilson. According to the Food Pantry Web sites, they are especially in need of the following items: canned meat, including tuna, ham, and chicken; cereal – any type of healthy, low sugar varieties; peanut butter and/or jelly; canned fruit; Shelf-ready, non-perishable milk; pasta and pasta sauce; spaghetti Os or ravioli; 100% juice; Ramon noodles; chicken noodle soup and personal care products, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toothpaste; and disposable diapers, sizes 4 – 6.

Wilson hopes that the money donated from heating system tune-ups this winter will help fund other necessities.

“The PACH and the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry is a mission of love and faith to serve people of Pepperell, Ayer, Devens, Groton, Harvard, Littleton, and Shirley. This is just my way of giving back to the communities who have supported Wilson Brothers in the past,” said Wilson.

Logo - PACH

Visit the PACH website at: www.pachoutreach.org

Wilson Brothers, Sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days

Tom Wilson Brothers HVAC has been named a sponsor and Pepperell coordinator for the American Cancer Society’s annual Daffodil Days. One of the American Cancer Society’s oldest and most beloved fundraising programs since 1973, Daffodil Days has empowered people to help save lives from cancer by raising money and awareness to help beat the disease.

“We are excited to support Daffodil Days and the fight against cancer by participating in this unique campaign,” said Tom Wilson, owner of Wilson Brothers HVAC in Pepperell. “Every dollar truly counts, especially in times like these when people need our help more than ever,” he added. “For as little as $10 you can give a bunch of daffodils to brighten someone’s day!”

Residents and businesses of Pepperell and surrounding communities can donate by ordering daffodils and other Daffodil Days gifts by visiting the Wilson Brothers HVAC Web site at www.wilsonbrothers.com. The site includes a list of beautiful items available in exchange for donations, including everything from fresh-cut daffodils to an adorable Daffodil Days Boyds® by Enesco® Bear.

Tom Wilson explained, “By giving daffodils or other beautiful gifts to friends, family members, and even cancer patients, you’re really giving hope and helping to save lives by supporting the American Cancer Society. Their on-going work helps people get well and stay well by finding cures, and by fighting back against a disease that takes too much.”

Flowers will be delivered to Wilson Brothers HVAC at 35 Lomar Park Road in Pepperell the week of March 14th. Orders must be placed by March 1, 2010. Visit www.wilsonbrothers.com to order.

Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry Undergoes Heating & Cooling Overhaul

Tom When Patricia Stern joined the Devens Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry about 1 ½ years ago as Executive Director, one of her main goals was to create a steering committee to preserve their building, renovated in 2006, so that it will operate efficiently well into the future. One of the areas that had been neglected was the heating and cooling system which is sorely in need of servicing – a tune-up, change of filters, and whatever preventative maintenance that would help it to function optimally.

Stern asked Tom Wilson, President of Wilson Brothers, HVAC in Pepperell to come in and “take a look at the system.” Wilson prepared a list of repairs and preventative maintenance that was necessary and presented a proposal with a total charge of zero dollars. “I’m not going to charge you for this work!” exclaimed Wilson. “Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry is a mission of love and faith to serve people of Ayer, Devens, Groton, Harvard, Littleton, and Shirley. This is just my way of giving back to the communities who have supported Wilson Brothers in the past.” Wilson contacted one of his vendors, Total Air Supply in Nashua NH and encouraged the owner, Sue Quintiliani to donate some equipment – in fact, they donated all the materials used, valued at more than $1,500. Sue explained, “This organization is important to the Wilson Brothers … so it became important to us to be a part of this project.”

The work resulted in Loaves and Fishes being able to utilize an unusable part of the building they left vacant because they were not able to heat it properly. Now the building has two zones which provides even heat and lower utility bills.

The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry has a staff of four including Stern, a Site Administrator, Food Coordinator, and Client Advocate, a social worker who supervises the volunteers who work with clients. Stern explained that the facility serves more than 80 families in each of their two- to three-hour “shopping” sessions. In today’s challenging economy, the Pantry sees 8 – 10 new families each week. “The Pantry is driven by volunteers numbering more than 400 who do everything from legal work to sweeping the floors,” said Stern. She further explained that food donations typically drop off between February and April and again in summer when folks go on vacation and don’t think about the need to contribute food staples. “Our clients eat 52 weeks a year, so the need is year-round.” Currently, the shelves can use 100% juice, cans of tuna, jelly, Ramon noodles, chicken noodle soup and personal care products, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toothpaste.”

In early May, Wilson Brothers was asked to participate in the Post Office Food Drive which benefited The Pantry. Tom Wilson provided two of his trucks and two employees, Scott McIntire and Matt Blood, accompanied Tom to pick up the donations from the post office and delivered them to Loaves and Fishes. “We carted more than 80 boxes and filled the trucks – it was amazing!” exclaimed Tom. “We thought we were just going to deliver the donations, but it turned out to be fun! We got involved and met the Loaves and Fishes staff and volunteers. I’m sure we’ll do this again – it was pretty cool!”

Loaves and Fishes accepts donations year round. Canned goods and non-perishables can be dropped off at The Pantry, located at 234 Barnum Road, Devens. Call 978-722-4627 or check the Web site for hours of operation: www.devenspantry.org.

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