Feed The Chain

The profound effect this outbreak has had on our neighbors will be felt for months to come.

During these uncertain times, Considine, Sharer, and Associates believes it’s crucial to pull together our local communities. As the ongoing pandemic situation has evolved, some of our communities need serious help. The outbreak has prompted schools and businesses to close their doors, working families to lose out on wages, and at-risk groups to wonder how they can safely feed themselves. Asbury Park Dinner Table was created in response to the economic crisis brought on by COVID-19

Now more than ever, we are looking to carry our community through this time and ensure we come out on top. Our agency is dedicating our community cause campaign to Asbury Park Dinner Table. The strain felt by Asbury Park’s residents and local businesses gave rise to this incredible organization and it’s mission of feeding “the people who need to be fed with meals created by the business owners who need to survive through the crisis and thrive when things are finally operational again.”

We are committed to raising awareness and supporting Asbury Park Dinner Table, and then giving our customers, business partners…and anybody else that cares, the ability to help them and make an impact themselves. We will donate $10 towards our current Community Cause campaign for every single person that gets recommended to our agency for a proposal.

The impact they have made so far on our community has been remarkable. Check out some of their achievements so far:

  • In the coming week, we are surpassing the 27,000 mark in meals served – prepared by Asbury Park restaurants and served to local individuals and families.
  • Volunteers have been running 5 meal pickup locations every day for two months (Every day! For two months! Did I mention they’re volunteers?)
  • We have two new pickup points to serve Asbury Park Housing Authority communities – specifically, Dr. Robinson Towers/Lumley Homes and Comstock Court.
  • Local restaurants and the Asbury Lanes kitchen are not only turning out filling, nutritious meals and soups, they are active partners in making the program more cost-effective week after week.
  • We’ve convened privately-owned companies, individuals, local social services nonprofits, civic organizations, churches, Asbury Park Food Collective, artists and musicians to leverage and support each others’ strengths to create powerful outcomes.
  • Trinity Church and APDT worked together this past weekend to make their weekly Saturday Soup happen.
  • We continue to attract major sponsors like iStar and the Asbury Hotel, Sackman Enterprises, several generous individuals who have asked to remain anonymous, and over a dozen angel-level sponsors.
  • We have also garnered grant support from the NJ Pandemic Relief Fund!


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