Food Drive 10/24 Supported by the 5 Help Foundation and Tips4Inclusion

THE SOURCE – Posted by Louise San Nicola – Date: October 10, 2020
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The 5 Help Foundation and Tips4Inclusion are working on their second project together and need your help.  This “Dream team” that consists of teen siblings Drew and Heather Paglia and Tim Rohrer, a young adult with autism, are holding a food and personal care drive in hopes to fill several local food pantries. 

The Friends of Millstone Historic Registered Properties Thomas Baird Homestead has generously offered to host it at their property.  The group has also partnered with the local girl and boy scouts who will be participating in the drive. The event will be held rain or shine and donations can be dropped off contactless as you drive by the barn. 

Front porch pick-up can be scheduled by emailing 5helpteam2@gmail.com and monetary donations may be made at www.5help.org or onsite.   The team is currently looking to get as many volunteers of all ages as to help not only for the food drive but to become part of the 5Help Team. 

5Help will be awarding prizes including a choice of either a Razor Power Core E90 Electric Scooter or Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet to the volunteer who raises the most food donations and all volunteers will be entered into a drawing for a $25 gift card to Albivi’s Restaurant.  The 5Help Foundation, an NJ nonprofit organization pending 501(c)(3), has created a volunteer program for anyone that needs service hours or just wants to come out and join the team and make a difference.

They can match volunteers with their interests as they will be creating ongoing volunteer opportunities.  If anyone is interested in joining 5Help as a volunteer, please visit https://5help.org/ and fill out their volunteer form. 

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