What is needed
Canned foods, disposable serving ware (plates, napkins, cups, forks, spoons, knives)
Duration of need
How items will get to this organization
Items will need to be brought or shipped to the location
For a sizable donation within a nearby driving range, arrangements might be made for items to be picked up
Judy Daniels, Community Engagement Coordinator, 732-918-2600, x5857 email@example.com
The FoodBank began in 1984 when a small group of people saw hunger at the Jersey Shore and decided to make a difference. They purchased a dilapidated warehouse in Spring Lake. Carpenters, masons and other members of the community donated work, office furniture and supplies. Food streamed in from hundreds of donors. After one year, the FoodBank was serving 25 charities with 100,000 pounds of food.
Ten years later, nearly two million pounds of food was being distributed annually from the same small warehouse. Bursting at the seams, the FoodBank undertook a capital campaign in 1998 to construct a new facility in Neptune. Three years later, the current 40,000 sq. ft facility became a reality.