Several additional volunteers are needed at Bentley Community Services Food Pantry. Must be able to lift about 25 lbs. Please call 908-227-0684 for details. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
BENTLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES has been chosen to receive $1.00 from every Community Bag Shopping Tote purchased in the month of May at Stop & Shop located at 24 Summerfield Boulevard, Dayton, NJ! The shopping tote bag is $2.50.
Please direct your donation on the attached tag of the bag and name Bentley Community Services as the recipient. Please help and support Bentley Community Services. Proceeds go directly toward clientele services. For more information about Bentley please visit www.bentleycommunityservices.org and www.facebook.com/bentleycommunityservices/
Thank you! We appreciate your help and support!
We are proud to partner with @Wawa and #TheWawaFoundation together to help the community and making a real difference in the lives of so many in the areas of health, hunger and everyday heroes. We are grateful to @Wawa customers and associates and their support of #TheWawaFoundation for helping our community today and always. Congratulations to #TheWawaFoundation for donations reaching $100 million milestone!
Bentley is a grateful recipient of Wawa food donations and recipient of The Wawa Foundation.
We are so pleased to announce that from February 26th through the month of March, Bentley Community Services has been selected to receive a $1 donation for every $9.99 Bloomin’ 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker sold at Stop & Shop located at 24 Summerfield Boulevard, Dayton New Jersey. Look for the bouquets with the red circle sticker pictured here to make sure it is a Bloomin’ 4 Good Bouquet that will benefit Bentley Community Services upon purchase. Thank you!
At Bentley each week, clientele families benefit from receiving a full shopping cart, additional provisions, fresh flowers and plants. This has a full impact on the entire household, as we offset/eliminate weekly grocery bills for clientele. Crucial monies are saved enabling families to pay bills, expenses and reduce debts and get on the fast track to recovery. Bentley creates access to and provides healthy foods, facilitating healthy diets and nutrition. We are very grateful to our generous providers of provisions for their help and support in giving us such high quality foods, toiletries and household products to help our neighbors in need.
We thank Dr. Stephen Markowitz, staff and clientele for their generous donations of non-perishable foods and toiletries. The office held another successful holiday collection drive that helps replenish our inventory. We greatly appreciate your help and support! Such a warm and welcoming office and always a special treat to see Bono!
We were honored to have Assemblyman Roy Freiman, District 16 and two staff members, Julianna and Michele visit us this week to offer helping hands. Their visit, originally scheduled in April for National Volunteer month, was postponed due to the pandemic. We thank them for choosing Bentley Community Services Food Pantry to volunteer at and thank them for their truly great work!
At Bentley Community Services Food Pantry, clientele receive weekly a shopping cart full of high quality, mostly fresh and healthy foods where we help by offsetting/eliminating weekly grocery bills. Crucial monies are saved to pay down debts as these families get on the fast track toward self-sufficiency.
Pictured at left is Claire and sister Erin. After completing her freshman year at college, Claire offered to volunteer back at Bentley for the summer. Claire also volunteered on Saturdays and at food drives throughout her high school years with us and we greatly thank her for her help then and now. Claire recently left back to college for the start of her second year and as much as we will miss her, we gained and welcome her sister, Erin as a volunteer! Thank you Claire and Erin! Best wishes!