Latest in Community Partner Video Series: The Pantry of Victory Assembly of God

Salem Health and Wellness Foundation is pleased to highlight another impactful community partner with the release of a video featuring: The Pantry of Victory Assembly of God. This video is part of a series that showcases local nonprofits who have benefited from the Foundation’s grant funding.

The Pantry, led by Marie Siegel, works in conjunction with The Food Bank of South Jersey to provide much-needed food to Salem County residents. In the video, Siegal notes how the grant funding has enabled The Pantry to serve more people and help squash hunger in Salem County – a food desert.” She adds, because of The Foundation, we’ve not been able to just function, but thrive – it’s a gift and a blessing.”

The Pantry, which has served the community for 8 years, is run out of the church that Siegel and her husband co-founded in 1989. It’s open every 3rd Saturday 9-1 pm at 317 Harding Highway in Elmer.

“We’re committed to collaborating with our community partners like The Pantry of Victory Assembly of God to help address the needs of the underserved,” says Executive Director, Paul DiLorenzo. “Throughout the past 20+ years, we’ve developed trusted partnerships with amazing nonprofit organizations like The Pantry who enable us to make a positive impact.”

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About Salem Health and Wellness Foundation
The Salem Health and Wellness Foundation was founded in 2002 for the purpose of promoting the health and wellness of Salem County, New Jersey residents. The Foundation has made a profound impact on the community by providing over $58 million in grants, contributions, and scholarships to more than 68 organizations, to address health problems in Salem County.