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SMP Donates Snacks To Mount Sinai Queens Hospital Staff

Standard Motor Products (SMP) has expressed its support and gratitude to health care workers for the work they’re doing to combat COVID-19 in SMP’s local Long Island City neighborhood.

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In support of these heroic efforts, SMP has donated $1,000 worth of healthy snacks during the month of April. 

SMP was able to set up weekly deliveries to Mount Sinai Queens Hospital to help them stock their café. This donation has allowed the hospital to extend the afternoon hours of its free café, which is open to all Mount Sinai Queens staff.  

Mount Sinai Queens, Astoria, New York, serves as the community hospital for Western Queens and beyond. Its team of nearly 500 physicians has been working around the clock to help a community in need, and their efforts have been vital in fighting this battle on the front lines. 

“During this time of uncertainty, health care workers are going beyond the call of duty to treat and comfort coronavirus patients,” said Eric Sills, CEO and president of Standard Motor Products. “The SMP family stands by these heroes and we are proud to support healthcare workers so close to home.”

Also commenting on the effort, Tom Tesoro, senior vice president of human resources, SMP, said, “The hallmark of the SMP employee is that they care. This is just one example of what the SMP family is doing to support their community in this time of crisis. We are proud to stand with those brave men and women who are making personal sacrifices every day to keep all of us safe and well.”

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