Belle Mead Organization Helps Families Needing Groceries; Haddonfield Chiropractor Collecting For Multiple Xmas Charities

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Since 2013, Bentley Community Services (BCS), a designated 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, has been helping families in financial crisis regain self-sufficiency by providing a full range of high quality grocery provisions and more each week, supplementing income and offsetting grocery bills.

Bentley has distributed more than 1.35 million pounds of groceries to date. As their main grocer, Bentley creates access to healthy foods, facilitating healthy diets and nutrition so families benefit weekly from full shopping carts, feeding their families healthy and nutritious foods from the major food groups and more.

The crucial monies that families save are applied toward paying their monthly bills and expenses, reducing debt, medical bills or making needed repairs as these families work toward financial stability and security. Bentley also offers educational and informational workshops throughout the year facilitated by professionals.

BCS is an alternative food bank/pantry, servicing the entire Central New Jersey region of communities. We specifically address the needs of families who, though employed, do not receive traditional assistance and are challenged making ends meet. If you are struggling to make ends meet or know of a family who is, please refer them to us.

Our warehouse distribution facility is at 4064 Route 1 north in the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick. For more information, call 908-227-0684 or visit Donations of perishable, non-perishable foods and toiletries are accepted throughout the year. Financial donations can be through the website via PayPal, or send a check to Bentley Community Services, P.O. Box 1093, Belle Mead NJ 08502.

The office of Haddonfield chiropractor Dr. Shari Saluck is collecting for multiple charities this season.
They are collecting non-perishable food items for the South Jersey food Bank, children’s coats for Kids Alley, and adult coats and clothing for Seeds of Hope.

All donations are appreciated and can be dropped in the doctor’s waiting room at 212 N. Haddon Avenue. For additional inquiries, call (856) 354–5090.

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