We thank Daisy Troop 80270 from Milltown, NJ who came to Bentley yesterday to deliver dog and cat kibble to help clientele families and their beloved pets! The troop raised monies selling girl scout cookies and from the profits wanted to make a difference helping both families and animals in need. That’s when Troop Leader Sue McCabe contacted us from a featured story about Bentley in the local newspapers and we were a fit for what they wanted to do!
Pictured representing the Daisy Troop are Abby, Tesla and Marilyn along with Troop Leader Sue McCabe. They certainly did a great job and learned seeing a cost amount attached to what they donated and how much money they helped other people save from a pet food purchase. Thank you so much for your generous donations helping and providing for our neighbors in need!
We once again thank the Bloomberg volunteers that come to Bentley weekly for their terrific and hard work in helping us at our distribution facility. Thank you, Bloomberg!
Saturdays are a big intake day of provisions at Bentley and we have the greatest volunteers to handle it! Students from area high schools offer helping hands with the diverse work that needs to be done as well as several key adult volunteers. Thank you for helping Bentley on Saturdays!
We so appreciate all of the helping hands employee volunteers that come to Bentley each week to help us with such a variety of work at our distribution facility! Thank you, Bloomberg!
Bentley is in tremendous need of a box truck which is crucial for our scheduled pick-ups of high quality food products from our generous providers in our region. Please help us and spread the word via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email and text. Every generous donation counts and is important as we raise funds to help purchase a box truck. Your donation is tax-deductible! Please go to GoFundMe and enter Bentley Community Services or our EIN#46-0977945 in Search.
Thank you for your help, support, belief and confidence in our efforts to help families, seniors and individuals in our region in financial crisis in food-insecure households.
Tim chose Bentley to fulfill his school project requirement for community service and completed 36 hours in two weeks! He was with us mornings, afternoons and into the evenings helping with the diverse work we do in our efforts to provide help to clientele families. Tim did such an excellent job. Thank you, Tim for your help and we wish you all the best as you head off to college!
Driver needed for local pickups on Saturday mornings driving our box truck. Please call 908-227-0684 for details.
We thank once again Bloomberg for the helping hands employees that do such a fantastic job helping us in our efforts to distribute high quality diverse foods that we receive from our generous providers to help those in their time of need.
Don’t forget to visit Stop & Shop at the 24 Summerfield Boulevard, Dayton location to purchase the reusable Community Bag! We will receive a $1 donation for every $2.50 bag purchased until the end of the month. Thank You!