Brown Bag Lunch: Local non-profit guests

Pennington Presbyterian Church, Pennington, NJ

Three local non-profit service organizations, dedicated to helping those in need, will offer a joint presentation at the next Brown Bag Lunch Program to inform the public of all the important services they provide. The program, sponsored by the Older Adult Ministry Team of the Pennington Presbyterian Church, is set for Friday, February 25, from 1-2:30pm on Zoom. To obtain the link, please send an e-mail to office@pennpres.org or call 609-737-1221×10.

The speakers include: Connie Mercer, CEO of HomeFront, helping homeless families break the cycle of poverty by providing access to safe and secure housing; Bernie Flynn, CEO of Mercer Street Friends, nourishing minds and bodies by providing a wide range of integrated services, including a food bank, literacy education and tutoring for children; and Joyce Campbell, Executive Director of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, providing meals to Trenton area residents, plus counseling and tutoring services. Each speaker will explain what the organization does, what it was like prior to the pandemic, and how they have been managing over the past two years.  

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