Presentation on theme: "Burlington Township Food Pantry Mission – To provide quality food for families who deem themselves in need of food assistance and live, work or worship."— Presentation transcript:
Burlington Township Food Pantry Mission – To provide quality food for families who deem themselves in need of food assistance and live, work or worship in Burlington Township.
Burlington Township Food Pantry Facts Opened in October 2009. Non-profit (501C) organization. Served over 2,000 families in 2010. Served nearly 5,000 individuals in 2010. Serve approximately 180 families per month, or 440 individuals per month. Provided Thanksgiving Dinner to 66 families in 2010.
Food Pantry Assets and Challenges Assets Committed Board of Directors Strong collaboration between town, schools, and private citizens High level of community awareness and support Strong fund raising activities and efforts Strong management of operations Challenges and Needs Maintenance of ongoing fund raising Space, space, space! Private sector involvement
Board of Directors Debbie Ford, President Chris Manno, Vice President Sharon Velzy, Secretary Judy Hirt, Treasurer Walt Corter Dan Farnan Dorion Morgan Steve Wenger Kristi Howell-Ideda Carol Pitts Debbie Painter