Brigantine Police Chief Tim Reed announced that the Brigantine Police Partnered with the Community FoodBank of NJ. Join us in making a difference

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Join us in making a difference

patch1.pngBrigantine Police Chief Tim Reed announced that the Brigantine Police Partnered with the Community FoodBank of NJ. A collection box will be placed in the lobby of the department which has 24/7 access as well various locations around town. Officer Brook Craver volunteered to oversee the program. We have a great group of people here at the department who care about this community and love to give back.The holidays are fast approaching  so lets lend a Helping Hand.

We encourage those who come to Brigantine Police Headquarters to bring a food donation to drop off.

Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have

Although all food donations are appreciated, we are in great need for dietary staples and non-perishable items.
Nothing in glass.

Peanut butter, jelly
❏ Canned tuna
❏ Canned beans
❏ Baby formula
❏ Corned beef hash, beef stew, Spam
❏ Dry pasta, rice, instant potatoes, mac & cheese
❏ Spaghetti O’s, ravioli, Beef-a-Roni
❏ Spaghetti sauce, any canned vegetable
❏ Applesauce, any canned fruit
❏ Canned or dry soup
❏ Mayonnaise
❏ Cereal
❏ Shelf stable milk
❏ Laundry detergent, soap, diapers, toilet paper, shampoo and other personal hygiene products.

 

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