Operation BBQ Relief is Coming to Toms River This Week
Operation BBQ Relief was here in Toms River several times, the latest being for Superstorm Sandy, delivering hot meals to residents in need.
Operation BBQ Relief was here in 2018 and 2019 to help residents in need with food distribution, according to the patch.com. From David Keith, from Operation BBQ Relief - "We are so happy to be helping out our town and our neighbors," said David Keith, area coordinator for New Jersey. "It is amazing to see what a hot meal can do to nourish the soul. We are grateful we are able to do this again and look forward to a great day."
Thank you so much to the patch.com for this story. I think it's so awesome that Operation BBQ Relief will be here so close to Thanksgiving and helping out people in need in our community. Operation BBQ Relief is such a wonderful organization with volunteers helping communities out.
Operation BBQ Relief was coordinated by The HOPE Center. The HOPE Center is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization initiated by the Clergy Association of Greater Toms River. Our mission is to provide support, resources, referrals, food to clients as they work to overcome a current life crisis.
Distribution of the meals through Operation BBQ Relief and The HOPE Center is Saturday November 14th, 2020 12:00 pm - 2 pm at the Presbyterian Church of Toms River at 1070 Hopper Avenue. Because of Covid-19 the meals will be delivered through a drive-through style. Also, meals will be placed in the back of a truck, through a window, or the backseat of a car.