Morristown, NJ- Randolph High School students Melissa and Taylor Stoia recently organized a collection of kitchen items in support of residents of the Mt. Kemble Home in Morristown.  The Home is a Homeless Solutions program that provides safe, affordable housing for senior women of limited means.   

It is undergoing a major renovation and will soon have a new kitchen, to be shared by its residents.  Melissa and Taylor approached Homeless Solutions to see how they could get involved and ultimately organized a collection of some of the kitchen supplies the ladies will need.   

The Stoia family, their friends, and their neighbors donated silverware, cookware, small appliances, and cash, which the girls used to purchase additional items.   Thanks to the Stoia girls and their supporters, the ladies of the Mt. Kemble home will have a very well equipped kitchen!

Homeless Solutions is a private, non-profit organization that has been helping the homeless and working poor in the Morris County area since 1983.  Their staff and programs give people the tools they need to rebuild their lives, and as working people move to independence, Homeless Solutions provides sustainable homes people can afford.  To learn more or volunteer, please visit www.homelesssolutions.org.