High Bridge is participating in the Foodstock challenge to help fight hunger locally. High Bridge has challenged the Town of Clinton to raise the most pounds of food and other items to increase local food stocks.
Yellow “Foodstock” boxes can be found at the following local businesses in High Bridge and High Bridge Borough Hall:
- High Bridge Library
- Hilltop Deli
- Gronsky’s Milk House
- Scout’s Coffee Bar and Mercantile
- High Bridge Hills Golf Course
High Bridge is participating in the Foodstock challenge to help fight hunger locally. In an effort to see the shelves of area food pantries stocked again to benefit those in need, High Bridge has issued a challenge to the Town of Clinton to collect the most pounds of food and related items.
Foodstock collection boxes can be found at the following locations in High Bridge over the next few weeks and into the early part of July:
High Bridge Borough Hall
High Bridge Library
Gronsky’s Milk House
Scout’s Coffee Bar & Mercantile
High Bridge Hills Golf Club
Help High Bridge win the challenge by donating non-perishable foods. The most needed items are 100% apple juice, sugar, beef soup, canned peaches, canned oranges, canned spinach, canned potatoes, flavored oatmeal and plain crackers.
Foodstock is a grassroots, 501(c)3 organization that was formed to assist with the needs of our less fortunate neighbors who are struggling to put food on their tables. Formed in 2010 by a high school student in Freehold, New Jersey, Foodstock has collected more than 380,000 pounds of food to help fill empty shelves in local food pantries.