A list of local resources providing assistance in our community:
- Founded in Summit, THE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK, is operating food banks across the state. Find a local pantry here.
- 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 — firstname.lastname@example.org — 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 http://www.summitlibrary.org 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! https://www.theconnectiononline.org/home-news/video-library.html