Borough Takes Decisive Lead in Food Drive

The M.c.M.A.T.C.H food drive ends Friday, and together six contestants, including Chatham Borough and Chatham Township, have raised over $5,000 in donated food.

Chatham Borough has taken a decisive lead in YouGiveGoods' latest food drive, thanks to anonymous donations totaling $3,500.

YouGiveGoods' current drive pits Morris County municipalities against each other. Eighteen towns are divided into three divisions, based on population, with Chatham, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"chatham-borough-municipal-building"} --> and

Karen September 20, 2012 at 10:37 PM
Again, this article fails to mention either how to donate (food or money) or where one might find "drop off points that have been set up". You do note that donations can be done on-line but no on-line address is given. Perhaps more individuals would give if they knew how to do so.


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