SHIP's Galley offers a free meals every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to anyone who is hungry without having to justify his/her need. SHIP's Mobile Soup Kitchens serve the hungry in Manville, South Bound Brook, Somerville and Somerset/Franklin SHIP also serves a Holiday Meal on Major Holidays to anyone in need. We are humbly requesting any amount, of any item, you are able to donate.  These programs are all supported entirely through donations from individuals, churches and people like you.  We have listed the items we use and will be very grateful for your kind donation

SHIP’s Galley - Soup Kitchen

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Paper Goods

Plastic Ware


Beverages Items

Food Items

Bakery Products

Casseroles (Pasta, Meat etc.) Cook, frozen and ready to serve.  Call ahead and make arrangements for delivery with SHIP.

SHIP is a 501C3 Tax Exempt organization should you need a donation letter, one will be supplied upon request.

Thank you for taking the time to read this appeal for assistance for our SHIP’s anti-hunger programs.  God bless you!

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Since March 5, 1984 We have served over 100,000 people.

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