Out In The Community: Mobile Pantry Providing a Direct Service To People In Need
Lindenwold, NJ (Nov 2021): The Community Care Food & Clothing Pantry's Mobile Pantry Unit was out in the beautiful community of Lindenwold earlier this month. New Jersey State Committee Member for Camden County, Honorable Ian Mosely rolled up his sleeves and helped to pass out fresh produce and Sprouts Farmers Market Grab & Go Bags to people in need. One of the recipients "Charlotte" tells us she is thankful for the support she received from the mobile pantry program. "What a blessing!...this is a wonderful surprise." said "Charlotte" a resident of Lindenwold. Due to the pandemic, inflation, and just trying to get things back to normal, our clients at The Community Care Food and Clothing Pantry are forced to make tough choices at the supermarket or go with-out. "With the price of food still going up, this food is big help", "Charlotte" said.
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Special Thanks to Sprouts Farmers Market of Marlton, ALDI Markets, Kenneth Parker and Family, and The Community Care Food and Clothing Pantry volunteer team.
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About Honorable Ian Mosely
Ian Mosely comes from a family who believes in being of service to others and serves his community of Lindenwold in surrounding areas in many capacities. Every week, rain or shine you will find Ian serving meals to those in need throughout the County from Camden County Department of Health and Human Services “Meals on Wheels”, Lindenwold’s “Neighbors Who Care Organization”, Lindenwold Senior Community Center to the S.P.C. Anthony J. Dixon Veterans Center in Berlin. Mr. Mosely is a member of several local organizations and participates in community service projects such as flagging veteran graves and working with the scouts. He sits on several LGBTQ+ Boards throughout the region. Ian is often seen playing Santa Claus, holding Easter Egg hunts in the park, delivering groceries, stuffing book bags for Back to School Drives or buying blankets for the homeless.