A list of local resources providing assistance in our community:

  • GRACE (Giving and Receiving for our Community’s Essentials) operates a weekly food pantry with shelf-stable food, fresh produce, and household necessities on Tuesdays at 5pm at Summit Memorial Field’s Cornog Field House. This is available to anyone who lives, works, or worships in Summit.
  • SAGE is offering assistance to homebound older adults who may need meals, even for a shorter period. Please call 908-273-5550 if you or someone you know can benefit from their services.
  • All Summit residents under the age of 18 regardless of the school or eligibility in the Free/Reduced Program are eligible for breakfast and lunch “grab-and-go” meals at food pick-up locations. Details and guidelines can be found here.
  • ‘Summit Marches On’ has established a direct phone number — 908-605-0014 — and an email — — for seniors or those who are immunocompromised to request help with errands.
  • Summit Library—The Summit Library building is closed, but their extensive online resources continue to be available to residents. Please visit and click on the Resources, Kids, or Teens tabs at the top of the page. You can call 908-273-0350 x815 (M-F, 10a-4p) with questions or if you need your library card details.
  • The Connection Your Connection Team is committed to supporting your wellness, even from afar. We have compiled a library of live classes and videos from our adult and youth instructors to support your physical and mental wellbeing. Please continue to check back for new content!