Feeding Middlesex County Chair
Feeding Middlesex County is led by our Board of Directors. Our members also operate under two committees, Communications and Finance.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Former Middlesex County Freeholder
Jane LealVICE CHAIR
Retired County Authority Administrator
Retired Middlesex County Freeholder Clerk
Maryrose AgelShopRite Nutrition Expert
Yamille ChavesProvident Bank
Jim GiamareseGiamarese Farm & Farmers Against Hunger
John HoaglandRetired Educator, MCFOODS Volunteer
Charles KennyMiddlesex County Freeholder
Lillian KozlaRetired Educator, MCFOODS Volunteer
Amy MichaelRutgers Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service
Leonard RosemanFormer Chair, Middlesex County Improvement Authority
Stu SchwartzRetired Pharmacist and Businessman
Neil WolfRetired Marketer, Pharmaceutical Industry
Daria Anne VeneziaCounsel
Feeding Middlesex County financially supports organizations that feed the hungry.
We raise funds to purchase food and equipment to assist qualifying agencies in procuring, storing, preserving and transporting food and other necessary items to our food insecure neighbors.
To end food insecurity in Middlesex County.
Feeding Middlesex County is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
We support over 120 emergency food providers in all 25 communities in Middlesex County. All agencies eligible for assistance from Feeding Middlesex County must be 501(c)3 organizations, related to houses of worship, schools or local government.
We conduct significant due diligence to assure support goes to appropriate organizations, so our partners can have confidence that their support is going directly to the cause.
View the agencies that we support and find one in your community using our interactive spreadsheet below.
FY18 REVENUE: $51,683.62
FY18 EXPENSES: $29,115.32
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS
We would like to acknowledge the donors that have financially supported Feeding Middlesex County in 2018. Your donations have been crucial to our ability to supply much needed food, equipment, and other items to food pantries, community centers and other organizations throughout Middlesex County.
TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED ONLINE OR IN-PERSON, THANK YOU!
We are extremely grateful to all of the individuals who have supported our cause through their generous donations. Your financial gifts contributed to over 50% of our fundraising efforts. Every dollar truly makes a difference!
In 2018, we engaged in over 20 events held throughout Middlesex County to raise awareness of food insecurity in our community and raise funds for Feeding Middlesex County.
View a complete timeline of our events below.
THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS
Together, We Are Ending Hunger in Middlesex County
Our volunteers are essential to what we do at Feeding Middlesex County. Through their time, hard work and dedication we've sorted over 950 tons of food in the MCFOODS warehouse (that's over 1.9 million pounds!), hosted several successful events and beat our fundraising goal in 2018.
OUR PARTNERS TO END HUNGER
We would like to thank our Partners who have donated supplies, food and money in support of our effort to alleviate food insecurity throughout the county.
Ronald G. Rios, Freeholder DirectorCharles E. Tomaro, Freeholder Deputy DirectorKenneth ArmwoodCharles KennyLeslie KoppelShanti NarraBlanquita B. Valenti
James P. Nolan, ChairAnthony Raczynski, Vice-ChairmanPaul Abbey, Secretary-TreasurerChristine D'Agostino, Board MemberCharles E Tomaro, MCIA Liaison
H. James Polos, Executive Director
PLANNING FOR 2019
AS WE MOVE FORWARD INTO 2019, OUR GOALS ARE TO:
- Raise Awareness About Food Insecurity
- Increase Community Partnerships
- Expand Volunteer Base
- Increase Funding
- Apply for Grants
- Provide Grants to Member Pantries