“We serve a lot of people,” volunteer Diane Seymour said April 10, as she filled another grocery bag. A self-described “long-time member” of the First United Methodist Church of Cape May Court House, Seymour was one of two volunteers preparing bags of essential food items for those in need.
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Borough of Woodbine has received $25,100 from U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development to fund the Public Safety Building (former Ambulance Corps Building) which hosts the food distribution sponsored by the First Baptist Church through the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
It's not holiday time, but there remains a need for non-perishable food for local residents in need. Tat's why May 11 has been chosen as National Post Office Food Drive Day.
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey—Southern Branch raised more than $35,000 in its recent “Feed a Family” dine out campaign, supported by over 50 area restaurants, Vice President of the Southern Branch Richard Uniacke announced.
The Avalon Free Public Library (AFPL) was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Holy Redeemer Food Pantry for acting as a donation collection point for the service.