Food Bank of Old Bridge Receives Heartfelt Donation from Reformed Church Home

Food Bank of Old Bridge Receives Heartfelt Donation from Reformed Church Home

November 18, 2016 – Old Bridge, NJ – Reformed Church Home presented several hundred pounds of nonperishable food and over $1600 in cash contributions to the Food Bank of Old Bridge during a brief celebration on November 18 at the assisted living/skilled nursing community. Mayor Owen Henry and Food Bank Manager Diane Amabile were on hand to accept the donations and mingle with residents and staff. The food items will be used to support those less fortunate in Old Bridge Township during the Thanksgiving holiday and winter months.

Top Photo Caption: Representatives from Old Bridge Township visited Reformed Church Home to accept proceeds from the Home’s annual food drive to benefit the Old Bridge community. Over $1600 and several hundred pounds of nonperishable food were collected during November at the assisted living and skilled nursing center. Posing with one of 2 stocked tables are, from left, Anahita Feltz, Food Bank Assistant; Mayor Owen Henry; Kate Shepard, RCH Executive Director; Diane Amabile, Food Bank Manager; and Karen Carrucci, RCH Assistant Administrator.

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