Food Donation Pick-up and Delivery501c3 A New Jersey Non-Profit
Food Donation Pick-up and Delivery
We have a need for volunteers who are willing to PICK UP food donations from our two standing sites – Moorestown Town Hall and the Moorestown Library. Volunteers will pick up donated items from the designated Live Civilly bins which are located right inside the front entrances of each. Volunteers will then deliver the donations to the Live Civilly/Moorestown Ministerium Food Pantry at St. Matthew Church (LCMMFP) that Friday between 4-5pm where other volunteers will tag and stock the food. Additionally, we are seeking volunteers to assist with the pick-up of food from the Food For All initiative that occurs on the first Friday of each month in the Moorestown Schools. On these days, volunteers will pick-up food from the UES in the morning and then deliver the food to the Live Civilly/Moorestown Ministerium Food Pantry at St. Matthew Lutheran Church that Friday between 4-5pm.
Food Pantry Sorting and Stocking501c3 A New Jersey Non-Profit
Food Pantry Sorting and Stocking
Spend an hour helping to sort and stock donated food items at the Live Civilly/Moorestown Ministerium Food Pantry at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Moorestown. All ages welcome. To allow more families to participate, please limit your sign-ups to no more than 3 times for the year. Each week, there will be a Live Civilly representative at the pantry to give instructions / answer any questions that you may have.
ExCELS Snack Program501c3 A New Jersey Non-Profit
ExCELS Snack Program
The ExCELS (Extra-Curricular, Education & Life Skills) program is a collaborative effort between Live Civilly, the Moorestown Ministerium, the Moorestown Jewish Association and the Moorestown Department of Parks & Recreation. This program helps to provide support to Moorestown’s youth who attend the Department of Parks & Recreation Open Gym Program, a free and welcoming, after-school program for children grades 4-12. The Open Gym program provides youth with a safe and secure place to congregate, connect and receive nutritional support. Through this program, more than 17,000 healthy after-school snacks have been provided to local youth to date.
Live Civilly/UES Community Service Club501c3 A New Jersey Non-Profit
Live Civilly/UES Community Service Club
Live Civilly is pleased to offer the 2017 FALL Live Civilly Community Service Club at the UES! The goal of this club is: To establish a forum for students grades 4-6 to engage in real, meaningful Community Service opportunities while simultaneously providing them with educational opportunities that enhance their academic skills by building connective concepts.

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