Ocean County Hunger Relief has been spending thousands of dollars to provide furniture, household items, toiletries and food to more than 40 homeless people, according to Carol Latif, Executive Director of the Toms River non-profit agency.
Ocean County Hunger Relief will not be thrown out of a warehouse it currently occupies for its food bank and thrift shop on Germania Station Road in Toms River, despite the property recently being sold, according to the non-profit's Executive Director Carol Latif.
Ocean County Hunger Relief is unsure what impact the sale of a warehouse it leases on Germania Station Road in Toms River will have on the non-profit agency's mission after learning the property has been sold.
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