The Interfaith Food Pantry Network is proud to have donated over 1.2 million pounds of food last year. But there’s still much work to do and we need your help.
– Carolyn Lake, Executive Director
- Improve the health and well-being of Morris County residents in need by providing access to food, nutrition education and related resources;
- Provide hands on opportunities for neighbors to help neighbors;
- Educate the public about the issues of hunger in our area.
Founded by volunteers of four area houses of worship:
Notre Dame of Mt. Carmel, Cedar Knolls, First Baptist Church of Morristown, Assumption Church, Morristown and St. Margaret’s Church, Morristown
Rosemary Gilmartin, first Executive Director is hired
IFP is incorporated as 501(c)(3)
IFP establishes Speedwell Avenue distribution site and warehousing at Hanover Ave.
Takes over County of Morris food closet and establishes direct referrals from OTA
Establishes Home Delivery Program
Switched to “Client Choice” food distribution and established “Healthy Choices” Program
Launched Capital Campaign for facility at 2 Executive Drive
Moved into new facility
Launched Healthy Choices Mobile Pantry
Financials & Annual Reports
Every Person Counts
so Every Dollar Counts
With the recent COVID-19 outbreak, more and more families and at-risk seniors are sheltering in place and need our support. Your contribution can help fund some or all of our programs.
Donor Advised Funds
Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)