Special to Iredell Free News

JMS Southeast has donated $773 to the Iredell County Partnership for Young Children to support the agency’s programs for children and families.

The funds represent the proceeds of vending machine sales in the company’s manufacturing plant last month.

“We are grateful to have been chosen by JMS Southeast as January’s recipient,” said Sydney Taylor, ICPYC community education & public awareness coordinator. “The continued support we receive from JMS Southeast allows us to meet the critical needs of children, families, and early childhood educators in Iredell County.”

JMS Southeast is a leading provider of temperature measurement solutions based in the Southeastern United States. The company has been in operation for over 35 years, serving a wide range of industries with high-quality products and wonderful customer service.


The Iredell County Partnership for Young Children is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to measurably increasing learning and healthy development of children birth to age five in Iredell County. ICPYC provides services focused on raising the quality of early care and education, supporting families, advancing child health, and expanding literacy. For more information, please call (704) 878-9980 or visit http://www.iredellsmartstart.org/. ICPYC is located at 734 Salisbury Road in Statesville.