Princeton Nonprofit Share My Meals Addresses Food Insecurity During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Princeton, NJ — Tuesday, May 5, 2020 — Share My Meals, a Princeton NJ based organization, is purchasing 300 meals per day from Princeton restaurants to distribute to people in the community who are experiencing food insecurity. Founded in January 2020, the Share My Meals original model involved rescuing and distributing healthy cooked meals from […]

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Thanks From Clay Street

The residents of Clay Street wrote two very sweet cards. Thank you all: the donors, the volunteers, and the partner restaurants (La Mezzaluna Restaurant, The Meeting House, Princeton, Trattoria Procaccini) for making this possible!Currently, Share My Meals is donating 300 meals a day. 500 meals a day is our goal so they can meet the […]

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Share My Meals Now Officially Recognized as 501(c)(3) Public Charity

Founded in January 2020, Share My Meals which is a local charity recovering healthy meals surplus from local corporations and entities to distribute them to the food insecure community of Princeton, New Jersey. With its 501(c)(3) status, Share My Meals reaches an important milestone. It means that we are now exempted from federal tax and […]

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Video: John Procaccini Joins the Share My Meals Movement

John Procaccini Owner of Trattoria Procaccini is the third restaurant to Join the Share My Meals Movement in Princeton. John and his team of three will cook for 100 people per day thus contributing to Share My Meals’ effort to feed the community in need during the coronavirus pandemic in Princeton, New Jersey.

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A New Restaurant Joins Share My Meals

We are happy to inform you that we were able to add a third restaurant to our program. Trattoria Procaccini, located on Nassau Street (corner Harrison) joins The Meeting House and La Mezzaluna to the list of restaurants cooking great meals for the community. This restaurant will start on Tuesday, cooking 100 meals for Share […]

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Podcast: Share My Meals – Princeton Non-Profit Keeps Restaurants Open During the Pandemic to Feed Those in Need
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In this episode of the podcast Back in America, Stan Berteloot speaks to Share My Meals‘s President and Co-Founder Isabelle Lambotte about her vision for Share My Meals Inc. The non-profit was initially created to fight hunger by recovering meal surplus from corporations and Universities cafeterias.Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, Share My Meals’s volunteers […]

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