WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Alfred Baumann Library in Woodland Park partnered this fall with Sen. Kristin Corrado to collect food donations for the St. Agnes Food Pantry in Little Falls, which serves residents throughout the area. 

The Library staff is grateful that they are able to make a difference in thecommunity with so many dedicated partners and volunteers. Special thanks to Sen. Corrado, Mayor Keith Kazmark, Bob Dombrowski and his team at the pantry, Twiggy Varcadipane, Lynda and Tom Hade, Jayden Perez, Ana Rosado, and Marge Barilari.

"With so many people experiencing food insecurity, homelessness, unemployment, and depression, we are thankful that the Library is a source for people to get the information they need to get help and assistance," said Library Director Linda Hoffman.

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St. Agnes' food pantry serves area families by providing supplemental groceries to those who cannot afford enough food to sustain themselves and their families. Those wishing to make a donation of non-perishable items can do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week, via a drop box outside the church, which is located at 65 Union Ave.

The pantry accepts donations of non-perishable food items such as cereal, peanut butter, canned meats, pasta, canned vegetables, soups, sauce and cat and dog food. Paper products are also accepted.

Monetary donations are welcome and checks can be made out to and mailed to St. Agnes Episcopal Church, 65 Union Ave., Little Falls NJ 07424. Please put "food pantry" in the memo line. Donations can also be made online at http://stagneslf.org/food-pantry.

For more information about the pantry, call 973-256-5020 or email stagneslf@verizon.net.