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Jersey Cape Shows Dedication to Cape May County with Donation to 23 Food Pantries

Jersey Cape Diagnostic, Training, and Opportunity Center, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit corporation that assists individuals of all abilities in acquiring job skills and employment in Cape May County, has announced that it has made several monetary donations toward food distribution in Cape May County.

In the spirit of the season and to give back to the community that Jersey Cape is so proud to call home, each of the 23 food pantries in Cape May County will receive a monetary donation to assist in food distribution efforts. All 23 food pantries include Bethel Commandment Church, Coalition Against Rape & Abuse, Cape May Community Food Closet, Christ Gospel Church AGAPE Center, Community Food Bank of NJ Southern Branch, Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro Vera Smith Community Food Pantry, Dennisville United Methodist Church, Family Promise of Cape May County, First Baptist Church Whitesboro, First United Methodist Church of Cape May Court House, Green Creek Bethel United Methodist Church, Holy Redeemer Home Care & Hospice, Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Lazarus House Emergency Food Pantry, St. Maximillian Kolbe Parish, St. Casimir’s Church, Ocean City Ecumenical Council, Russell’s Pantry at the Lower Township Rescue Squad, Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene Gleaning Center, Seaville United Methodist Church, Star A&M Masonic Lodge, St. Barnabas Cares Food Pantry, and The Branches of Rio Grande.

“We thank each pantry for their continued dedication toward the wellbeing of all individuals in the County,” said Joe Sittineri, Executive Director of Jersey Cape. “If anyone would also like to support their local Cape May County food pantry, please reach out to us and we will be more than happy to provide you with the list and contact information of each food bank.”



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