The Morris Township PBA Local 133 launches their food drive on Friday and collections will be taken at Morris Township Police Headquarters through Nov. 25.
All donations will be given to the Interfaith Food Pantry.
“The Morris Township PBA Local 133 is dedicated to our community and we are always looking for ways to give back, especially to people in need. We hope that everyone can donate something throughout the month of November,” President Heather Glogolich said. “If it is a hardship for you to stop by Morris Township Police Headquarters and still want to donate please contact our union via email: MorrisTwpPba133@gmail.com, and we will schedule a pick up time. We continue to depend on the support of our residents and surrounding communities with all of our fundraising events so thank you in advance.”Items needed are:
- Rice - 1 or 2 lb. size
- 100 percent juice 32 oz.
- Parmalat (shelf stable 32oz size)
- Canned Fruit
- Tuna Fish
- Peanut Butter
- Soups - regular, hearty and low sodium soups
- Mac 'n Cheese
- Quart and gallon size re-sealable plastic bags
- Canned Veggies
- Canned meats and meals
- Dry Milk (1-qt. package)
- Baby Food - Stage 1, Stage 3 Fruits and Vegetables.
- Evaporated milk
- Spaghetti / Tomato Sauce
- Pasta / Whole wheat pasta
- Pull Ups
- Tea (100 ct. boxes)
- Baby wipes
- Canned Beans (Pork and Beans, Pinto, Red, White, Black, )
- GLUTEN FREE Products