This Christmas season the New Providence Presbyterian Church put out a call to the congregation and community to support three local organizations working directly with people facing food insecurity. That call was answered by raising more than $65,000 which is being dispersed equally between the Market Street Mission, The Relief Bus and Young Lives to provide meals, supplies and hope all over New Jersey.
Before, during and after the pandemic, these groups have provided care, comfort and dignity to the 1 in 4 families who experience the uncertainty of knowing where or when to find their next meal.
“We are so thankful for the extreme generosity of our congregation, we know that these funds will aid many who are struggling with food insecurities.” said Director of Missions, Nancy Rizkalla Hembree.
Market Street Mission provides daily hot meals for breakfast and dinner to anyone in need and works in Morristown, Asbury Park and Newton, NJ. Please visit marketstreet.org to learn more about their work.
The Relief Bus is a mobile outreach which travels to multiple locations in NJ and NYC providing fresh meals, supplies, prayer and connection to resources to those experiencing homelessness. Please visit newyorkcityrelief.org to learn more about their work.
Young Lives delivers boxes with shelf-stable food, diapers, formula and toiletries to teen moms all over the Tri-State area. Please visit lyfepact.org to learn more about their pandemic specific project.
The New Providence Presbyterian Church supports this important work through fundraising, awareness building, and connecting volunteers. Please visit thecornernj.com for more information about each organization and to donate go to newprovidence.ccbchurch.com/goto/giving.