How you can help!

Bernardsville Pop-Up Food Pantry

Volunteers and donations of non-perishable foods are needed to support this collective effort being organized by St. Bernards Church and the Camino de Fe Church with support from Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, St. Johns on the Mountain Church, Somerset Hills Lutheran Church, the Somerset Hills School District and HSA, the Somerset Hills YMCA and the Food Bank Network of Greater Somerset County.

Drop off donations:

Location: St. Bernard’s Parish House, 88 Claremont Road, Bernardsville, NJ.

Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and also on Wed. 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Pick Up Fridays (Food Distribution) 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Food is distributed every Friday at St. Bernards Church, 88 Claremont Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924.

VOLUNTEER: For more information about how you can help or to volunteer at the food pantry, contact Abbie Davidson  abbiemaydavidson@gmail.com).

Donors and volunteers are asked to wear gloves and masks, and all packages will be cleaned as they are brought into the building. Food will continue to be collected and distributed as long as the need exists.

1. Official OEM Volunteer Registry

The Bernardsville Office of Emergency Management is developing plans to support residents who need help. Support from community volunteers will be essential. Could you join us?

Please register your interest at http://bernardsvillepd.org/volunteer and OEM will contact you when volunteer opportunities become available. You must be at least 18 years of age to volunteer for this program.

2. Community Based Opportunities

FOOD DROP OFF INFORMATION: Food is being collected St. Bernard’s Church, 88 Claremont Road (parking lot entrance is on Mine Mount). and at the following remote locations: Shoprite of Bernardsville, Kings Supermarket, and the Somerset Hills YMCA on Mt. Airy road.

Bernardsville OEM shares the information below in the hope that it will be helpful to all involved. These local charitable efforts are part of the Bernardsville Office of Emergency Management’s local COVID19 Emergency Response plan. Even though they may not be operated by the Borough, the Borough OEM supports and partners with these efforts. The Bernardsville OEM has the responsibility to manage and coordiante donated goods and resources within the community to try and ensure all community needs are being met to the greatest extent possible.

On behalf of the Borough of Bernardsville we thank all of the businesses, residents and volunteers who are participating in efforts to support our community during this time of need.