- AAA of New Jersey will be collecting unused travel-size hygiene items, for distribution to area homeless shelters. "Soap for Hope" campaign distributes single-use, travel-size items - like those distributed at hotels, motels, and resorts. Requested items include soap, shampoo, skin lotion, toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorant, shaving supplies, hand sanitizers, and other personal items.
Services Division's three family emergency shelters: Agape House in Somerville; Anna Sample Complex in
Camden; and the Eleanor Corbett House in Glassboro. Two VOA men's shelters - Amani House in Trenton
and the Aletha R. Wright "Vision of Hope" Center in Camden - will also receive collected items.
- Robin's Nest is a private, nonprofit children's services organization whose mission statement states:Protecting children, strengthening families, and empowering our communities through innovative, life-enhancing services.
- Woodbury Food Bank provides weekly access for all authorized clients to shop for staple goods, collected at each Beta chapter meeting.
- Disciples Pantry, housed in the lower level of Asbury UMC, opened in 2002 and is run by area community churches. It serves the hungry of Salem County and it operates solely on donations of food and money (to purchase food)receive nonperishable food donations that are collected at each Beta chapter meeting.