Allenhurst, NJ (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
Sitting poolside sipping Mai Tai’s is not how these retired Seabrook, New Jersey residents are spending their time. Residents of the town’s active adult retirement community band together to help feed Monmouth County’s hungry as a part of the Bridges at the Shore program.
Volunteers of the four-year-old organization have made nearly 800 sandwiches since the program began and distributed them to those in need. This year, volunteers gathered in the kitchen of the Seabrook’s Princeton Restaurant in Neptune, New Jersey to prepare the meals and individually pack them in paper bags along with an apple, a bag of chips and a bottle of water. Also included are encouraging hand-written notes from the residents.
According to their website, Bridges at the Shore is a community program that provides help to people in need in Monmouth County. Once a month, volunteers deliver clothing, blankets, toiletries and other essentials to local towns in Monmouth County for hands-on assistance. For more information, view the article “Seabrook Residents Make Sandwiches for Monmouth Hungry” reported by the Asbury Park Press. To volunteer or donate to the organization, visit http://www.bridgesattheshore.org/.
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