Marc Driggs & Frank Mondsini: “It’s All About Community”

Support our Caldwell-West Caldwell food pantry.

Marc Driggs and Frank Mondsini fully support taking care of our own. One major item on their campaign platform is to restore “Old-Fashioned” community values to West Caldwell. “We need to watch out for each other.” It is unfathomable that right here in West Caldwell there are families who are going without food!

The work of volunteer groups throughout our country represents the very heart and soul of America. They have helped make this the most compassionate, generous, and humane society that ever existed on the face of this earth. The past four years of watching our economy steadily decline, businesses closing their doors, businesses leaving our town, productive citizens losing their jobs and watching the number of residents in OWN COMMUNITY who use our Food Pantry almost doubled in the last year is frightening. Let’s put things into perspective. The people who use our food pantry are our neighbors, our children’s friends, classmates, senior citizens, people we pass by on our streets each and every day.

We kindly ask that you donate what you can to The Caldwell Food Pantry, which helps feed families in both Caldwell and West Caldwell.

The Caldwell Food Pantry, located at 14 Park Avenue in Caldwell, is available to any Caldwell or West Caldwell resident who needs food. For additional information, please call 973-403-4623.

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Frank M. July 13, 2012 at 11:32 AM
Kevin thank you so much for your question, Yes in fact my family donates food each and every week as well as Marc's family long before we decided to run for office.Marc and myself talk it up every chance we get. It's so very disturbing to us to see money wasted in our town on so many levels while our neighbors are struggling. Did you ask our opponents why they gave out free ice cream when there are families in our town who cant afford to eat or if in fact they had given out ice cream "as a reward" since their bid for re-election. I certainly understand and respect your question and my hope is that you would get to know Marc and myself. We welcome the opportunity to meet you as well as any other West Caldwell resident to discuss any concerns or answer any question. Respectfully Frank Mondsini 3rd. Driggs & Mondsini for West Caldwell Council 2012
Norman P July 13, 2012 at 11:44 AM
I was thinking the same thing...


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