August 18, 2014 at 11:00 AM
BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Through a partnership with Bridgewater Township and Mayor Dan Hayes, Bridgewater Nissan has challenged its employees to collect as many school supplies for those in need as possible, in conjunction with the county's Project First Class program.
Bridgewater Nissan has challenged its dealership employees and community residents to "Stuff the Sentra' that is displayed on the showroom floor with school supplies needed by students.
The deadlership is collecting items through the end of August.
This is in conjunction with Project First Class, a program held by the Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women. School supplies collected through the program, which ended recently are given over to the Food Bank Network of Somerset County to be passed out to families served by the organization.
All items collected by the Bridgewater Nissan will be given to the Food Bank Network of Somerset County for distribution.