Project Backpack At Market Street Mission

Dated: 08/12/2013

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Morris Area Business Referral Network Donates School Supplies to Project Back-Pack  

Florham Park:   The Market Street Mission of Morristown does something really special for children this time of year. The Mission purchases 1200 brand new backpacks, states project manager, Nancy, and school supplies are donated from all over the surrounding area. Locations like the local Starbucks in Florham Park is just one spot to donate. This is the 6th year Project Backpack will successfully contribute to approximate 1200 children in need of school supplies.   Morris Area Business Referral Network group stopped by Florham Park Starbucks where Glen Steinhilber arranged for school supplies to be dropped off. The backpacks will be given away on August 25th. Supplies and financial donations are being accepted at the Market Street Mission, 9 Market St, Morristown, NJ, hours 8am-8pm;  donations should be clearly ear-marked so the Mission can send  a thank-you (registered 501c3). For more information on the Market Street Mission go to or call 973.538.0431.  


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