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Soup Kitchen 411 announces Event Series Serving 2,000 Meals Across Three NJ Counties

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FeedNJ, the aggressive campaign to fight COVID-19-impacted food insecurity across the state, is announcing its biggest single day of action yet this Friday when 2,000 meals will be served at five soup kitchens across three counties in the state.

The inaugural event of the monthly meal-service campaign called #FeedingFriday will be attended by local dignitaries including Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli, Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez, State Senator Vin Gopal and local elected officials.

The events are free for anyone in need and attendees will get a free, restaurant-prepared meal.

To date, FeedNJ has purchased almost 20,000 restaurant-made meals to serve at local soup kitchens.

The schedule of events for #FeedingFriday will be:

10:00 am at St. Joseph's, 118 Division Street, Elizabeth.
The cost of these 200+ meals from Minhoto is being paid for by Phillips66.

11:00 am at Elijah's Promise, 18 Neilson Street, New Brunswick.
These 400 meals come from Rutgers Club.
Speaker Coughlin and New Brunswick Council Vice President Suzanne Sicora will attend.

11:00 am at Lunch Break, 121 Dr. James Parker Blvd, Red Bank.
These 300 meals come from Neapoli Italian Kitchen.
State Senator Gopal and Freeholder Director Tom Arnone will attend.

11:00 am at Salvation Army, 433 State Street, Perth Amboy.
These meals come from Deserios/Cafe Torres.
Assemblywoman Lopez will attend.

11:00 am at TASK, 72 Escher Street, Trenton.
These 600 meals come from Kilarney’s, Smokehouse 1911, Hummingbird, and McDonald's.
Assemblyman Verrelli will attend.

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