New York City, New York, August 23, 2015 (Newswire.com) - New York City is home to the movers and shakers of the world. Boasting one of the highest average medium household income in the country, New York City is where those with money build their lives. Joe Armato is a man of means. He is the owner of Nationwide Consulting and Contracting, Inc. and builds high-end residential developments in the Hamptons and Manhattan. For more than 27 years, Joe has been at the helm of a very successful business, creating opportunities not only for himself but his many investors as well.
Joseph Armato didn’t fall into the New York City world of wealth, but he had to work hard to get where he is at today. Growing up with the noisy streets of New York City as his background music, Joe says that he owes his success to his hard work and in part to the support he received during his childhood that allowed him to obtain the education that got him started on the path to success. Joe Armato says that if it weren't for his family and the community he grew up in, he never would have made it to the place in his life that he enjoys today.
Joe Armato supports many worthy charities
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As a way to show how grateful he is for the chances he was given as a child, Joe Armato dedicates a lot of his time and money to local charitable organizations that help to improve the community around him. He knows all too well how the income disparity in the city can rob children of their natural right to have a good life and is determined to do what he can to help the situation. The one organization that Joe is extremely dedicated to is the Fresh Air Fund. With the help of donors and volunteer families, the Fresh Air Fund provides low-income children the opportunity to escape the confinements of the city and spend a few weeks in the country, playing outside, and meeting new friends. For Joe, this is an opportunity that every underprivileged child in New York should get to experience, and he plans on continuing his contributions to the Fresh Air Fund for years to come.