We Can’t Let This Bank Fail

I am not going to tell you stories about how I went hungry when I was a kid. I didn’t, and I am going to assume that most of the people who read my blog didn’t either. But that doesn’t mean that hunger in America doesn’t exist. We are the richest country on earth and give more to charity than anyone else on the planet. And that is an unqualified good thing, of which we can be proud. In difficult times it is even more important to think about those who are less fortunate than we are. But don’t just think…do something.

The Community Food Bank of New Jersey is a convenient way to help. And helping doesn’t necessarily mean writing a check. It has many ways to help your fellow Americans, including donating food, clothing, your time, etc. But writing checks is good, too.

So send them some money, drop off some extra food and clothing, and maybe spend a few hours doing something besides sitting in front of your computer reading food porn. They schedule their volunteers for two hours each visit. Two hours. That’s really not much time. We spend more than that deciding what to eat. Maybe we can spend some of that time to help our less fortunate folks eat!

Here is a list of the local bloggers who are participating (sorry about the formatting):

JerseyBites.com RedBankGreen.com Jersey Girl Cooks.

Simply Sable John and Lisa are eating in South Jersey

Padma’s Kitchen Chefdruck Life Lightly Salted

My Italian Grandmother Cook Appeal

Crotchety Old Man Yells at Cars Mommy Vents

This Full House Paper Bridges Motherhood Avenue

The Kamienski Chronicles Down the Shore with Jen

Fits and Giggles House Hubbies Home Cooking

Nourish Ourselves Partybluprints.com Tommyeats.com

Off the broiler Mrs. Mo’s New Jersey Baby IamNotaChef.com

SimplyBeer.com HistoryGeek.com Savy Source Newark

Momlogic New Jersey SurvivingNJ.com/blog SurvivingNJ.blogspot.com

JerseyGirlGuide.com Best of Roxy Citizen Mom.net

Lynetteradio.com Jersey Beat Pop Vulture Phil

JerseySmarts.com LongBeachIslandSummers.com

WildwoodSummers.com Mike Halfacres Blog Somerset08873

Family, Friends and Food KateSpot.com NewJerseyMomsBlog.com

JCRigister.com New Jersey Real Estate Report Riverviewobserver.com

More Monmouth Musings Man of Infirmity Another Delco Guy in South Jersey

SweetNicks.com Average Noone Cleary’s Notebook

Welcome to my Planet The Center of New Jersey Life Sharon’s Food Blog

Morristown, Chatham, Summit, and Madison NJ Real Estate

Midtown Direct Real Estate News New Jersey Real Estate

LazlosDen.com The Ridgewood Blog

Book a Week with Jen Banannie Cartoongoddess.com

Matawan Advocate Take Back the Kitchen The Joy of Toast

Route 55 Montclair Kids.com SaveJersey

Stompbox Joe the Blogger Environmental Republican

Stacey Snacks Subversive Garden New Jersey Pathfinder

Cooking With Friends Blog Triple Venti Read All About It

Rich Lee on Media Likelihood of Success Cape Cuisine

The Business At Hand NewJerseyTaxRevolution

Figmentations MiddletownMike Caviar and Codfish

A Day in the Life Mack’s Journey Through Life

Alice’s Restaurant Tiger Hawk

Politics Patrol, The Bob Ingle Blog The Food Chain

Henson’s Hell Cranbury Conservative Baristanet

New Jersey: Politics Unusual Jersey Shore Blog

Plainfield Today Beacon Bulletin

2 Replies to “We Can’t Let This Bank Fail”

  1. Glad to see you supporting this effort, IANAC…a couple of weeks ago my co-workers were starting to talk about what we should get for our boss, who (trust me) doesn’t need a THING. I suggested a donation to the Comm Food Bank and they loved the idea. The Springsteen ad is what put it in my brain, so kudos to them and him for that campaign! It’s about time we stopped giving each other unnecessary THINGS when there are so many people right in our backyards who don’t have the basics.

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