Jennifer Dubeck’s 6th Grade advisory kicked off the MBS Middle School’s community service partnership with the Interfaith Food Pantry on October 5 as the students volunteered at the organization’s headquarters in Morris Plains.
The students learned about food insecurity and got a quick tour of the facility before helping to sort items during their visit. Each 6th Grade advisory will be visiting the IFP twice during the year. The next scheduled trip will take place on November 30 when Jackie Forte’s advisory visits the IFP.
The students who participated were: Rayan Ashan ’30, Jason Imamaglu ’30, Noah Jaffe ’30, David Mattle ’30, Ehiremen Omonzane ’30, Kate Randall ’30, Caden Reinman ’30, Abby Resnick ’30, and Avery Spells ’30.
Established in 1994, the Interfaith Food Pantry is a non-denominational, non-profit organization of “neighbors helping neighbors” committed to ending hunger and supporting self-sufficiency. Through its community partners, the organization provides food, education and resources to inspire confidence and hope to Morris County families in need. To learn more about the Interfaith Food Pantry, please visit www.mcifp.org.