lunch break toy programRED BANK —  Lunch Break, the social service organization, is transforming its headquarters at 121 Drs. James Parker Blvd. into a winter workshop during its annual Holiday Toy Program drive. It’s the most wonderful time of the year when our halls are decked with holiday gifts provided by generous donors to low income families who otherwise would be unable to afford presents for their children.

In 2017, the Holiday Toy Program distributed gifts to 870 children.

Individuals, businesses and corporations can get into the holiday spirit by purchasing new toys and gift cards for ages newborn to 15 years. Or, if  preferred, make a monetary donation and Lunch Break will do the shopping. Go to www.lunchbreak.org for more information and to participate in our online pledging. For information, contact Program Director Sharda Jetwani Love, MSW, [email protected] (732) 747-8577, Ext. 3011.

The deadline for bringing unwrapped gifts to Lunch Break is 3 p.m. Monday, December 10th.

Lunch Break thanks its donors and volunteers for their generous support in making a child’s holiday wish come true.


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Toys will be distributed to families during a holiday shopping day on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 at Tower Hill Church in Red Bank.

As a caring community, Lunch Break freely provides food, clothing, life skills and fellowship to those  in need in Monmouth County and beyond. To donate or for more information: www/lunchbreak.org. Follow Lunch Break on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter #whywebreak  

 


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