BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ –Bottle & Bottega is celebrating its success in motivating local residents and their guests to help make this holiday season a little brighter for the less fortunate.
Throughout November, the paint-and-sip studio held its Month of Giving event, an annual food drive to benefit The Good Shepherd Mission, a nonprofit a rehabilitation center and housing shelter for men located in Paterson.
During the month-long event, Bottle & Bottega encouraged their guests and local residents to get involved and give back. Bottle & Bottega collected non-perishable items for The Good Shepherd Mission. In exchanged guests and neighbors were offered a $5 OFF coupon to anyone who brought 2+ non-perishable items to put towards their next public paint party at Bottle & Bottega.
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The annual event came to fruition as a result of a call for help by local resident Rosemary Carpinelli Barnett from New Providence, who asked local parents for help to stock a pantry. Rupa Kale, owner of Bottle & Bottega who is also a resident of New Providence, was looking for a charity partner during the season of giving.
Reflecting on the completion of another successful Month of Giving food drive, the annual event has now become a tradition that will continue in the coming years to help those in need in their community during the holiday season.
For more information about Bottle & Bottega, call 908-376-6440, e-mail NJCentral@bottle-bottega.com or visit http://bottleandbottega.com/nj-central/.