A Message from the Executive Director
Fall 2019

Isaiah G. Cooper

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Thank You! To the individuals and organizations who donated school supplies to the pantry!
The Back Pack program in Partnership with the
Bridges at the Shore program was a huge success.
We distributed all these items this week.


39th Red Bank CROP Walk Sunday, October 20, 2019

 Visit their website to learn more about this important program that benefits the Food Panty

Summer 2019 Recap, we had a very busy summer!
Blessing Bag program: was a huge success!
Nutrition Class: Successful program, we had participants from the lunch program.
Nutrition Presentation: Snap-Ed was at the pantry on Tuesday, June 4th, they made “Cowboy Caviar” and gave samples to clients.
Student Volunteer Program: Many students from the local schools assisted our all- volunteer staff to serve our community. Our young volunteers were able to see first hand and learn what hunger is all about. They not only helped us but they also served the community.
Fresh Produce: provided fresh produce for the pantry during the summer months.
Back to School Program: In partnership with Bridges at the Shore Program, we were able to provide Back Packs and basic school supplies to many families in the community.
Summer Hunger Program: The pantry provided special allocations of food for the children to supplement the regular food allocation during the summer months.
USPS Food Drive: KMFP benefitted from the National Association of Letter Carrier's Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive held in May. A special Thank You to all the postal employees and to all the residents that contributed goods.
Upgraded Facility: We upgraded the flooring in the facility as well as replaced and added new Freezers and Refrigerators.
The Pantry continues to thank all who support the programs at the pantry with food, supplies, and financial donations.
Isaiah G. Cooper
Executive Director 
Keyport Ministerium Food Pantry, Inc.