FLORHAM PARK — On Friday, February 21, four members of the Florham Park Rotary returned to the Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County to volunteer.
The Interfaith Food Pantry is one of the efforts in which the Florham Park Rotary proudly volunteers. The IFP supports more than 5,000 families in Morris County who need food and other help. In 2019 the Interfaith Food Pantry accommodated nearly 22,000 unique visits and distributed more than 1,222 pounds of food.
“Last year our Rotary Club filled 400 one-pound bags of black beans for distribution to families. This year, moving at a crisp pace, we placed stamps on 4,500 newsletters to support the annual Interfaith Food Pantry Winter Hunger Appeal.” – Peter Nicolas – Florham Park Rotary Sergeant-at-Arms
About Interfaith Food Pantry
Interfaith Food Pantry is a community of neighbors helping neighbors committed to ending hunger and supporting self-sufficiency. Through our community partners we provide food, education and resources to inspire confidence and hope to Morris County families in need.
Rotary is an international humanitarian service organization of business and community leaders, and volunteers who are willing and able to support the Rotary International mission. Men and women, committing time, talent, experience and resources to make a positive difference. The Florham Park Rotary club meets every Friday at 7:47 a.m. to 8:47 a.m. at the Florham Park Diner to discuss, plan and adopt service projects, recognize members’ successes and achievements, inspire others with whom Rotarians come in contact, enjoy fellowship, and have fun. Visitors and new members welcome! For more information click here.