Tri-Town Kiwanis to Host Free Food Distribution

Tri-Town Kiwanis club will be distributing 4000 pounds of FREE Food on May 15

BOONTON — Tri-Town Kiwanis will host a free food distribution on Saturday, February 13 starting at 1:00 p.m. at Boonton High School, 306 Lathrop Avenue (use the High School Lot entrance).

Kiwanis will be distributing 100 boxes containing up to 40 pounds of canned food, fresh produce, and groceries. Advance registration is suggested by clicking here.

Tri-Town Kiwanis President Nicolas Limanov said, “Once we started discussing the food needs in the local area, many residents and businesses donated to the cause, which enabled us to participate in this ongoing Kiwanis service project.” To donate to this worthwhile cause, click here.

Kiwanis members load the boxes in the vehicles

“On February 13, Kiwanis Clubs in Northern New Jersey will be distributing over 17,000 pounds of food to residents in need, said Kiwanis Lt. Governor Frank Cahill. Our clubs in Roxbury, Parsippany, Tri-Town, South Orange/Maplewood, Lenape Valley are all participating in this free food distribution.”

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.

Masks are required and social distancing must be adhered to.

This is an exciting event for the residents of Boonton, Boonton Township, and Mountain Lakes.

For more information about Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town click here.

Car lined up waiting to receive the free food distributed by Kiwanis Club members
Mickey Chopra, the owner of i2i Indian Italian Fusion and Vinnie’s Pizzeria, loading a food box into a vehicle at a recent Kiwanis Free Food Distribution event