Titans to Have Canned Food Drive with Donations Going to Lunch Break
The New Jersey Titans are pleased to announce that a canned food drive will be held during the Saturday, November 23rd game against the Maine Nordiques with all donations going to Lunch Break of Red Bank, NJ.
Any fan who brings a non-perishable food item will save $3 off an adult ticket. One food item per ticket. Food items will be delivered to Lunch Break on Monday, November 25.
Lunch Break freely provides food, clothing, life skills and fellowship to those in need in Monmouth County and beyond. Lunch Break strives to break the cycle of poverty for those we serve and guide our community members in need to self-sufficiency and healthier, more productive lifestyles. Lunch Break serves everyone with compassion and dignity.
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