Tuscan School Community Builders Volunteer at the Community FoodBank of NJ
On Tuesday, May 17th, faculty and staff from Tuscan School volunteered at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey located in Hillside, New Jersey. Every year, the Community FoodBank distributes 43 million pounds of food a year to more than 1,000 non-profit programs; through this effort, the Community FoodBank of NJ is able to feed over 900,000 people in 18 New Jersey counties. Faculty and staff from Tuscan School helped with sorting and packing food for redistribution. The Community FoodBank supplies food to emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, senior feeding programs, shelters, and after school programs. To learn more about the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, please go to their website: http://www.cfbnj.org/.
The following Tuscan faculty and staff who volunteered at this admirable organization are pictured in this photo: Back row, from left to right: Lucy Mungiello, Christine Fischetti, Joi Nelson, Lauren Amato, and Janice Scott; middle row, from left to right: Amy Popp, Kathy Lamkin, Suzanne Cicolello, Ariel Kaplan, Dana Hilaire, Jennifer Thomas, and Tammy Muskelly; front row, from left to right: Melissa Koes, Magda Toledo, Claire Sinclair, Laura Verniero, Deirdre Dore, and Fay Clark.
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