BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The doctors and staff at Peak Medical in Berkeley Heights collected everyday pantry items for The Church of the Little Flower during the month of November.
Members of the community can drop off items at Peak Medical located at 492 Springfield Avenue, Berkeley Heights between the hours of 9am and 6pm, Monday through Friday.
Community is important to the staff at Peak Medical. “We believe that people should help one another when they can,” said Dr. Todd Tyminski, D.C. “In collecting food and non- perishable items, we can make a difference. We are very excited to partner with the church and do our part to reduce hunger in our community”.
The drive’s goal is to collect 100 items each week. “We hope to donate 400 items by the end of November”, said Annette Quandt, Office Manager. “We hope our community as well as past and present patients will join us this holiday season in reducing hunger”.
For more information on items needed or how you can help; call 908-665-0770.