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New Director at Flemington Food Pantry

Credits: John Lee / TapInto

FLEMINGTON, NJ - Jeannine Gorman has been named  Executive Director of the Flemington Area Food Pantry.

Gorman brings to the Pantry experience in the non-profit arena including marketing, information systems, and finance.

As Executive Director, Gorman is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Pantry such as client services, community outreach, volunteer management, and food acquisition.

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Her previous experience includes Legislative Aide to Assemblyman Erik Peterson, Executive Director of the Hunterdon County Bar Association, and several management positions with Johnson & Johnson.

"The mission of the Flemington Area Food Pantry is to ‘Feed the Hungry With Respect & Compassion,’" Gorman said. "I am amazed by the dedication and commitment of the close to 200 volunteers to accomplish just that. Our clients are welcomed with open arms.”

Gorman succeeds Gary White as the Pantry’s Executive Director. White remains committed to the Pantry and will assume the position of Director of Food Distribution.

The Flemington Area Food Pantry provides, at no cost, supplemental grocery items to approximately 1,300 qualified low income Hunterdon County families. Clients come to the Pantry twice each month to receive items such as fruits and vegetables, bread and rolls, milk, eggs, meat, canned goods, and personal care products. All of the items given to Pantry clients are donated to the Pantry or purchased with monetary donations and distributed by Pantry volunteers.

For information on receiving food from the Pantry, donating food or funds, or volunteering at the Pantry, please visit or call 908-788-5568.

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