Christine Brenner, a small business owner and manufacturer of both Field Hospital and Emergency Management equipment announced the formation and launch of her new non-profit charity, The Brenner Foundation, Inc. which will support emergency management and disaster relief equipment in New Jersey.
Brenner is the CEO and owner of Brenner Metal Product Corp., a family-owned business that has been serving our Warfighters and Emergency Response Teams for over 60 years. With headquarters located in Wallington, NJ, Brenner Metal Products manufacturers field hospital equipment and emergency management products for various service organizations.
Brenner recently finalized certification as a Woman-Owned Small Business which signifies a positive shift and increased ability for BMP to take part in domestic and global opportunities. Brenner can provide continued support throughout the United States and with their allied partners internationally.
Despite running two thriving businesses, Brenner is never too busy to give back. She strives to continue impacting the lives of those around her in a positive way, with the launch of Brenner Foundation. “Along with global opportunities, this non-profit organization will become a significant part of the community and our mission is to provide folding cots to tri-state shelter facilities and to support responders in emergency situations,” Brenner said.
Brenner created her non-profit charity, Brenner’s Foundation, with one purpose in mind: giving back. The Brenner Foundation will be helping veterans and their families, as well as the local homeless facilities in any way possible.
Brenner will be supplying folding cots to counties in emergency situations, as well as everyday facilities that are open seven days a week. This will ensure that the homeless always have a warm and comfortable place to stay.
Brenner supplies equipment to the army, navy, airforce and marines, but when they come home Brenner would like to help serve them the way that they serve us. “I recently helped a veteran’s daughter by taking care of her entire prom night. I supplied her with hair styling, makeup, a dress, and a limo ride to prom. It’s little things like this that you can do to give back, it means a lot and makes them feel special,” Brenner said.
Manufacturing and charity go hand-in-hand for Brenner. With the work she does everyday she has built many relationships where she sees a way to help and give back to people. “It just makes sense, when you’re in a position to help someone out it should be the first thing on your mind.”
Brenner plans to get a jump start on her new foundation locally through fundraising events this summer. “We have events planned to help corporations and local businesses sponsor the homeless shelters and their communities by having the Brenner foundation as the outlet to manage and facilitate,” Brenner said.
As Brenner continues to expand, additional services will include: Humanitarian Support, Disaster Relief Equipment, Critical Infrastructure and Systems, Primary and Triage Services, and Health Care Processes and Coordination. Additional information about the Brenner Foundation Inc., can be found at brennerfoundation.org.