RIDGEWOOD, N.J. – Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty is teaming up with Move For Hunger to launch a 25,000 pound challenge at each of its 12 offices in the northern and central New Jersey area.
During October and November, the team at Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty will be collecting non-perishable food items from clients, colleagues, friends and family members with the goal of raising 25,000 pounds of food for the Community Food Bank of New Jersey and the Center For Food Action.
“We are looking forward to reaching and exceeding our goal of 25,000 pounds of collected food,” said Charles Oppler, chief operating officer and broker/owner of Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty. “There are over a million people in New Jersey who are still food insecure. As a leader in our local communities where we represent both buyers and sellers, we are excited to help families in need.”
To contribute to the challenge, bring food items during normal business hours to the company’s following locations:
- Alpine: 1022 Closter Dock Road
- Edgewater: 2 Main St.
- Fort Lee: 1608 Lemoine Ave.
- Franklin Lakes: 804 Franklin Ave.
- Hillsdale: 137 Broadway
- Hoboken: 321 Washington St.
- Montclair: 87 Park St.
- Ridgewood: 55 North Maple Ave.
- Saddle River: 152 West Saddle River Road
- Short Hills: 555 Millburn Ave.
- Tenafly: 90 County Road
- Westfield: 200 North Ave East.
While all donations are welcome, the most needed food items are pasta, pasta sauce, canned vegetables, canned fruit, peanut butter, jelly, soups, rice and baby food. To help out with the collection and transportation efforts, Harrington Moving & Storage, Ridgewood Moving Services and All Season Movers, Inc. will be donating their resources to deliver the donations.
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