Cape May Brewing Company Collects for Local Food Bank

CAPE MAY – The Cape May Brewing Company has announced that they will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
This marks the third year in a row that the company will collect for the food bank, which feeds more than one million people per year and provides food assistance to over 250 charities throughout Cape May, Cumberland, and Atlantic Counties.
The brewing company will be collecting non-perishable items from now until Monday, December 14th in the CMBC tasting room. Although glass, cellophane, soda, bottled water, and baby food are not being accepted, the company encourages items such as canned fish and meat, canned or boxed meals, milk, peanut butter, and canned fruits and vegetables. In addition to the food collection, guests of the brewery may donate a dollar to play the Hook and Ring Toss game which is set up in the CMBC tasting room.
“Any legitimate place providing food to the underprivileged in these areas is likely getting the bulk of their donations through us,” said Evelyn Benton, Executive Director. “We’re thrilled when organizations like the brewery think outside of themselves to contribute.”
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