On Tuesday the town of West New York held a Food Drive to help members of the community who may be in need. Town officials and police officers united to give out food to anyone who showed up. Residents were given an assortment of food which included fruits and vegetables, milk, canned goods, and more.
HudsonTV’s Ernesto Diaz had the story.
The drives are usually held between 12pm and 2pm, and continues until supplies run out. Mayor Gabriel Rodriguez and the Board of Commissioners partner with Hudson County to provide the food for the events, which are held every two weeks.
For more information on when and where the next food drive will be, make sure to visit their website at westnewyorknj.org.