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JCP&L Powers Up Interfaith Food Pantry With Donation

$3,000 grant will allow the organization to purchase food for Morris County residents when donations run low.

From left: IFP's Carolyn Lake, director of community relations, Mike Obremski, area manager, JCP&L; Rosemary Gilmartin, executive director, IFP; and Don Richards, supervisor engineering services, JCP&L.
From left: IFP's Carolyn Lake, director of community relations, Mike Obremski, area manager, JCP&L; Rosemary Gilmartin, executive director, IFP; and Don Richards, supervisor engineering services, JCP&L.
The FirstEnergy Foundation awarded a $3,000 grant to Interfaith Food Pantry. 

The Interfaith Food Pantry is a non-denominational, non-profit 501 (C) (3) organization helping families make ends meet by supplementing their monthly groceries in times of need.

The Pantry purchases food whenever donations run low, so the grant will help provide reliable assistance to the community.

Food and groceries are provided to eligible Morris County residents and the Pantry is currently distributing more than 15,000 lbs of food to 325 families each week and their clientele include senior citizens living on fixed incomes and low-income working families in Morris County. 

Contact 973.538.8049 or interfaithfoodpantry@mcifp.org for more information.

john r. sette December 28, 2013 at 01:59 PM
The Morris County Republican Committee ,and the Morris County Republican Clubs Alliance, at it's annual Toys for Tots breakfast donated $3,300 to the Interfaith Food Pantry . This is the second year that we have helped out. If the need is there in 2014 we will help out again. John R. Sette, Chairman
Mocojoe December 29, 2013 at 07:17 PM
Good point, JS. No Republican press release with check pic? JCPL probably cost the county 50 million in wasted productivity and destroyed businesses in Sandy. Thanks for the $3 large, JCPL. Nice picture. You are shameless.

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