RED BANK, NJ: New Jersey Natural Gas in a contact-free food drive collected at its corporate office, donated approximately 375 pounds of food last for Lunch Break of Red Bank. Helping with the drive was NJNG’s resource group, Supporting Women’s Advance and Growth.
Lunch Break asked for specific items to give to clients for an “Easter Dinner.”
NJNG employees really came through providing complete meal bags and 70 Easter baskets with help from Ocean Township High School kids.
“Thanks to the support and donations of companies like NJNG, Lunch Break plans to distribute hundreds of complete meal bags and children’s Easter baskets to local families in need in the week leading up to the holiday,” said Mike Kinney, NJNG spokesperson.
To watch a short video of the teen volunteers who exemplify the spirit of giving back to the community, click HERE.
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