Thank you to the Highland Park Phil-Am Lions Club members that came to Bentley recently to offer helping hands at our warehouse distribution facility! They all did such terrific work checking and sorting the numerous and diverse fresh provisions we receive from our generous providers Thank you!
We thank the team from Bristol-Myers Squibb that came to offer helping hands to check and sort the large volumes of fresh foods we receive and also to check and sort over 1,700 lbs. of non-perishable foods and toiletries we collected at our food drive at ShopRite in Hillsborough! And, thank you for your donations of toiletries you collected for Bentley! What a terrific job everyone did!
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!
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.