Donations Emphasize Bank’s Pattern of Philanthropic Dedication
Roselle, NJ — Roselle Bank, which has served central and northern New Jersey for 130 years, has made donations to local food pantries: The Open Cupboard Food Pantry, the Flemington Food Pantry and the North Hunterdon Food Pantry. The donations demonstrate Roselle Bank’s longstanding commitment to philanthropic efforts and community service initiatives.
Among the organizations that Roselle Bank donated to is Open Cupboard Food Pantry, a private non-profit agency serving northern Hunterdon County. The organization is rooted in the goal of filling the very basic need of food for those that are disadvantaged. Founded in 1993, the Open Cupboard Food Pantry will utilize the bank’s generous donation to buy perishables such as meat, produce and dairy products in addition to other groceries.
Roselle Bank also donated to the Flemington Food Pantry, a volunteer organization which provides food and personal care items to Hunterdon County families in need. The Pantry, founded in 1982, provides supplemental groceries to approximately 1,200 income qualified Hunterdon County families including underemployed hardworking adults, veterans, families with children, and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet. Roselle Bank’s donation will help the Pantry obtain supplies for such individuals and families in need.
The North Hunterdon Food Pantry accepted a donation from Roselle Bank as well. Located in Lebanon Township, the Pantry serves 25-30 families in need with fundamental food supplies. Roselle Bank’s donation will help support the Pantry’s initiatives as the organization continues to better the lives of underserved individuals and families in the area.
“These donations reflect Roselle Bank’s demonstrated passion for philanthropy and community service,” says Michael McCambridge, President of Roselle Bank. “We are proud to support such wonderful organizations in their efforts to enhance the lives of local residents in need, and look forward to making similar contributions in the future.”