Help to FEED A FRIEND

  • Lend a Helping Hand

     "For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink,
    a stranger and 
    you 

    welcomed me". - Matthew 25:35

    Saint Leo the Great Parish has partnered with
    LunchBreak in Red Bank, 
    The Center and Mercy Center in Asbury Park in helping those in need.


    Needed are

    TWO Adults EACH WEEK

    - One Adult will drive the sandwiches to Asbury Park.
    - One Adult will pick up the Cold Cuts at ShopRite, Middletown the day before (Friday)

    TWELVE Students/Teens
    EACH Saturday
    to make the lunches

    Saturdays
    from
    8:45am to 9:45am
    in the School Cafeteria

     
    Click below on Sign Up Genius to volunteer and come on the day/s you selected.

    If you sign up, please SHOW UP!
    or put through a cancellation so someone else can volunteer in your place.
    Thank You!

     
     
    Sign Up!
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  • Volunteers
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  • THANK YOU
    Saker ShopRite
    of Middletown


    In appreciation for their generosity with our
    "Feed a Friend" Ministry,
    Saint Leo's presented a plaque to Saker ShopRite of Middletown
    on October 12, 2021.
    The Saker ShopRite Family and
    Saint Leo's are working together to feed over 250 people every Saturday.

  • LunchBreak

    In 1973, LunchBreak was founded by Norma Todd.  Members of Lunch Break had a vision of a caring community — one in which its members are looked after, fed, and nurtured in soul and body. Working to alleviate hunger for underemployed people struggling to make ends meet, Lunch Break began offering individuals and families the assistance they needed for today, with the hope for a better tomorrow.

    As a caring community, Lunch Break freely provides food, clothing, life skills and fellowship to those in need in Monmouth County and beyond.

    For more information click
    HERE

     

  • The Center ~

    The Center in Asbury Park, Inc., is a volunteer based New Jersey not-for-profit service organization, providing support services for people living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers, since 1992. The Center offers its clients a safe haven in order to instill a sense of community and stability in their lives as well as permanent supportive housing for 25 adults. Everyday, The Center provides that and more to the HIV positive population of Asbury Park who don't have a home. Led by Father Bob Kaeding since 1992, a dedicated staff of mostly volunteers provides daily meals as well as shelter, long term housing, and a sense of community in downtown Asbury Park, NJ.

    For more information click HERE

  • Mercy Center ~

    Mercy Center, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, provides programs and services that empower, enrich and educate people facing socio-economic challenges to realize their full potential, with a special emphasis on women and children.
    For more information click

    HERE