Updated: Volunteering with Community FoodBank of NJ

**UPDATE: All volunteer slots are filled**


The HARVARD CLUB of NJ wants to encourage you to volunteer for:


--UPDATE: All volunteer slots have been filled--



Saturday, December 17th, 2011 - 11:30 am to 1:30 pm


Community FoodBank of New Jersey

31 Evans Terminal, Hillside, NJ 07205

Food Bank’s website: http://www.njfoodbank.org/how-to-help/volunteer 

Each year the Community FoodBank of New Jersey relies on volunteers to help continue its mission of fighting hunger throughout New Jersey. Come join us to make this Holiday Season a cheerful time for others. The Food Bank of NJ and the Harvard Club of NJ are inviting volunteers to sort and repackage holiday meals for distribution to families statewide. The HCNJ has an opening for 40 volunteers for a 2 hour period on Sat., December 17th, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm. Snacks will be served. 

This year, the HCNJ will also accept any donations of new children’s clothing (shirt, pant, dress, etc.) or coats, in sizes 4 - 14, for the FoodBank’s children’s store.  All donations must be unwrapped.  Bringing a donation is not required to attend this volunteer event, but would be appreciated. 



    Free of Charge.

    Must be 12 years old or over.

    Dress code is casual. Layers are suggested.  Sneakers or comfortable shoes (no sandals or open toes).

    Because of the limited number of volunteers allowed per shift, registration will be on a first-come first-serve basis.

    Nearby highways: Garden State Parkway, Route I-78, Route 22, and NJ Turnpike.

    Parking is available alongside the FoodBank building. 




Send an email to Charlene Morisseau at: c_morisseau_95@post.harvard.edu, by December 11, 2011 including your name, phone number, and the names of companions if you are bringing family members or friends with you. 

Thank you for your participation, and if you have any questions, please contact: Laura Sodano: 908-355-3663 Ext 235, or email lsodano@njfoodbank.org.  




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