The Kulka Group delivers meals to healthcare professionals at Huntington Hospital and St. Catherine’s Hospital

June 02, 2020 - Long Island
Kulka Group team members Mark Torkelson (left), Rose Salucci, and Rob Mannino, COO (far right) drop-off meals at Huntington Hospital.
Photos courtesy of Kulka Group

Hauppauge, NY The Kulka Group, one of Long Island’s leading residential and commercial builders, delivered hot meals to frontline healthcare workers at Huntington Hospital in Huntington and St. Catherine’s Hospital in Smithtown, as an expression of appreciation for their work treating COVID-19 patients. 

Kulka Group team members Mark Torkelson (left), Devin Kulka,
CEO (second from right) and Danielle Lundon (far right) drop-off
meals at St. Catherine’s Hospital. Photos courtesy of Kulka Group

“We just wanted to say thank you, plain and simple,” said Devin Kulka, CEO of The Kulka Group. “We’re all Long Islanders. We wanted to take care of the people who are taking care of us–our parents, our children and our families.” 

Kulka delivered large trays of food, including salad, mac and cheese, sandwich wraps and side dishes, which were received by representatives of each hospital at their respective entrances. 

The Kulka Group’s vision is to be a valued company that is respected by community and clients. Whether buying, selling, or remodeling real estate, for employees or clients, they have the knowledge and expertise necessary to ensure the project is successful and financially rewarding. Each of their development projects aim to enhance communities by creating customized modern properties. 

We enhance the living experience for our community members while adding significant equity to our properties and ensuring a substantial return for our partners. In order to perform to the best of our abilities we continuously surround ourselves with talented experienced professionals that are established at the top of their industries. We carefully and strategically select partners that share our values in creating award winning properties that enhance our communities. 

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