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Posts Tagged With: food drive

Blogging Out Hunger Returns

By: Roxy on 11/1/10 @ 10:57 am

My friend Deb over on Jersey Bites invited me to join the 2nd Blogging out Hunger campaign to help raise awareness and donations for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey — the largest food bank in the state.  Two years ago, when Roxy’s Best Of… New Jersey, Roxiticus Desperate Housewives and Roxy’s Bay Head Blog participated in [...]

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New Jersey American Water Launches Virtual Food Drive

By: Roxy on 08/11/10 @ 12:56 pm

Roxy’s Best Of… is committed to blogging out hunger in New Jersey. I received the following note in my Bay Head water bill this month, and thought I’d share the info on a worthy cause:
New Jersey American Water is teaming up with other investor-owned utilities across the state to help fight hunger in New Jersey.
For its campaign, [...]

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100 New Jersey Bloggers Won’t Let This Bank Fail: Help Fight Local NJ Hunger Through the Community FoodBank of NJ

By: Roxy on 12/14/08 @ 8:22 pm

No matter how you feel about the government bailout of the nation’s largest banks, I think you’ll agree that there’s one bank that we can’t allow to fail: the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.  Over 100 New Jersey bloggers have united to fight local NJ hunger in a coordinated “This Bank Can’t Fail” blogging campaign [...]

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Attention Mendham Township Parents: End Hunger in Our Community — Holiday Food Drive for Interfaith Food Pantry in Morristown, New Jersey

By: Roxy on 11/29/08 @ 8:27 am

Our quiet Thanksgiving for four here in the Roxiticus Valley was the perfect remember of how much our family has to be thankful for, and particularly as the Christmas holidays approach, we are reminded of those who are less fortunate.  Just before the Thanksgiving break, London and Maddie brought home a flier in their backpack [...]

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