Cooper Levenson, Galloway Township Public Schools, Community Food Bank of New Jersey, and ‘Let Us Eat – Please’ Team Up For Summer Food Distribution

Galloway Township, N.J. – Community Food Bank and Let Us Eat – Please, Inc. committee members join Galloway Township School officials and staff with summer food distribution, a program that helps fill the gap for families who depend on low or no-cost meals during the school year.

Shown (L – R): Kasi Gifford, Esq., Cooper Levenson, Amy Houck Elco, Esq., Cooper Levenson, Christine Burgess, Director of Student Services, Galloway Public Schools, Donna Vecere, Cooper Levenson, Nichol Smith, Reeds Road Elementary School, Kathleen Thomas, Galloway Township Middle School, Denise Hladun, Community Food Bank of New Jersey – Southern Branch, and Kenneth J. Calemmo, Jr, Chairman, Let Us Eat – Please and COO, Cooper Levenson.

ABOUT THE CHARITIES

Let Us Eat – Please, Inc. was created in 2012 by the late James L. Cooper when he learned from his daughter, a teacher, about the effects of hunger on the one in five New Jersey children who regularly attend school hungry. Jim, who had devoted much of his 82 years advocating for community, civil rights, and philanthropic causes, formed ‘Let Us Eat, Please’ to help address the issue. Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law is grateful and pleased to be in a position to continue the work of ‘Let Us Eat, Please’ in memory and honor of our founding partner.

Community Food Bank of New Jersey, a member of Feeding America®, has been delivering food, help and hope across the state for more than 45 years. Last year, CFBNJ provided nutritious food for over 85 million meals through its network of more than 800 community partners including pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, mobile pantries, and child and senior feeding programs throughout the 15 New Jersey counties it serves. For our hungry neighbors, the Community FoodBank of New Jersey is the powerful agent of change that fills the emptiness caused by hunger and provides resources that are essential to earning a sustainable living.

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