Coronavirus Information Update
Posted: May 11, 2020
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The Morris County Board of Freeholders urges all county residents to complete the 2020 census. It’s safe, it’s easy, and it’s important! Getting an accurate population count is vital to ensuring that Morris County gets its fair share of federal aid over the next decade for public disasters and emergencies such as Superstorm Sandy and COVID-19. Read the full article
Due to the extreme generosity of many Randolph residents and volunteer organizations, the Randolph Food Pantry is presently fully stocked. Cash donations and gift cards are still being accepted, but it is requested that food donations temporarily be redirected to other agencies in the community that are in need.
The Randolph Food Pantry has limited capacity, and while it has served our community for many years, it has always been intended to supplement efforts of other, larger food distribution organizations in the area.
At this time, those interested in making a donation are still encouraged to call the Randolph Township Community Services Department at 973.989.7084. Staff will be available to process the donation or to provide guidance on contacting other local food pantries such as the Interfaith Food Pantry located in Morris Plains.
The situation is evolving daily and this notice will be updated as needs change.