Table of Hope holiday food distribution in Morristown, Dec. 16

Morris Tourism Executive Director Leslie Bensley, second from left, with Glenn King and Michelle Oswald of Table of Hope and the Rev. Kareem Duncan of Bethel A.M.E. Church. The church tent was among seven historical tents sponsored by the tourism bureau; Bethel was the county’s first Black congregation.Morristown Festival on the Green, Oct. 3, 2021. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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From Table of Hope:

Table of Hope, Morristown’s powerhouse food pantry, will once again provide Morris County families in need with all the food and trimmings for the holidays on Dec. 16th, 2021.

The food pantry will have drive up service in the large parking lot on Bishop Nazery Way in Morristown from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm.

“Even with many people back to work, there is still an incredible need in Morris County for food and other resources as we see every week at our pantries in Morristown, Dover and Parsippany,” said Teresa Williams, executive director of Table of Hope.

In September 2013, Table of Hope began to serve meals five nights a week to anyone in need of a warm meal and a smile. It has since become a place where “Hope Starts and the Community Gathers to Share.”

Every week, the organization serves hundreds of hot meals to go from their soup kitchen and distributes groceries to thousands of local families at our food pantries. In the first ten months of 2021, Table of Hope has served over 16,000 soup kitchen meals and provided groceries to close to 30,000 families in Morris County.

Table of Hope is just one of the programs within the Spring Street Community Development Corporation. Spring Street recently launched its year end fundraising appeal. The organization hopes to raise at least $60,000 before year end.

To learn more and support the important programs that serve Morris County families, please visit here.

 

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