EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – Enthusiastic Law Enforcement Officers from the East Brunswick Police Department joined the friendly staff of the Chelsea to provide some tasty BBQ for local residents yesterday. The Chelsea at East Brunswick, an Assisted Living community, hosted a fundraiser to support the East Brunswick Police Benevolent Association's charitable foundation (PBA) #145 and #145A with a grab-and-go dinner event.
The dinner, which cost $10 per plate, consisted of chicken, ribs, sides, and dessert. The pickup date was April 15th from 4-7 p.m.
“As The Chelsea has done in the past, it’s no surprise to us to see their continued support of the PBA,” said Anthony DeSantis, President of East Brunswick PBA Local #145A. “This fundraiser will go a long way in benefiting future community events and supporting local charitable groups,” said Michael McGlynn, President of East Brunswick PBA Local #145.
“The pulse of East Brunswick at large has always come from our hard-working and tireless members of law enforcement, and we’re delighted to partner with the PBA to assist them with community initiatives as well as their mission,” said Cynthia Rozenberg, Executive Director at The Chelsea at East Brunswick.
The event required social distancing and masks to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Chelsea at East Brunswick is located at 606 Cranbury Road. The community is one of 20 Chelsea Senior Living locations that offers Assisted Living and Memory Care. The Chelsea at East Brunswick is the only community that also provides behavioral health services to help older adults who have a history of mental illness and are stable on medication.
To learn more about The Chelsea at East Brunswick, including scheduling a tour, contact us by visiting their website.