Singleton, Addiego Partner For Community Service Project In Pemberton

(MOORESTOWN) – Senator Troy Singleton will be joined by Senator Dawn Addiego for his monthly “Serve with Senator Singleton” community service project. The Senators will partner with SERVPRO Bordentown/ Pemberton to hold a clean-up day on Saturday, August 21 from 10:00am-12:00pm at St Mark’s Lutheran Church, 801 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd.

Each month, Senator Singleton crowd-sources a team of volunteers to help with a particular community service project. For this event, the Senator is seeking volunteers to help clean-up the church, and complete tasks such as dusting, mopping, window cleaning, outdoor sprucing, and more. Anyone interested in volunteering can sign up here:

“I am happy to be joined by my colleague and friend, Senator Dawn Addiego, for this community service project in Pemberton,” said Singleton. “When our office received the call that this church was in need of some ‘Serve with Senator Singleton’ volunteers to do a deep cleaning, we were happy to accommodate the request and take action.”

“There is nothing more rewarding than reaching out to help someone in need. It's ultimately the reason we all serve,” said Addiego. “I am looking forward to a great day meeting the folks at Saint Mark's and all of the volunteers who have made 'Serve with Senator Singleton' such a resounding success!”

The service project at St. Mark’s will be the Senator’s 33rd “Serve with Senator Singleton” event since becoming State Senator in 2018. Previous volunteer efforts include: indoor and outdoor clean-up days, animal welfare projects, clothing and supply drives, painting projects, and community event set-up and staffing. To date, more than 1,300 hours have been donated by volunteers to local community service projects. 

“I am guided by the idea that service is the rent we pay for living on this earth. These monthly community service events have been a priority for me during my first term as State Senator and they will continue to be. They have brought together people of different backgrounds, ages, and perspectives for a common purpose - to be of service to their community,” continued Singleton.