RP Police & Post Office Help ‘Stamp Out Hunger’

The Roselle Park PBA joined with the Roselle Park Post Office National Association of Letter Carriers Branch 67 – also known as the Jon Enz Branch – in their Stamp Out Hunger Campaign last Saturday, May 13th.

Branch 67 – whose members serve Roselle Park, Elizabeth, Roselle, and Hillside – do this campaign every year. Branch 67’s letter carriers picked up non-perishable food items while on their mail delivery routes and then donated it to local food pantries. Food collected in Roselle Park went to the Casano Center food pantry and the Church of the Assumption. The PBA members assisted in donating canned goods and collecting food at police headquarters.

“The Roselle Park PBA was excited at the opportunity to work with Branch 67 with their Stamp Out Hunger Campaign,” said PBA delegate and Roselle Park Patrolman Greg Polakoski, “Working together we can better help and serve the residents of Roselle Park.”

Pictured below (left to right): Postal worker and Stamp out Hunger Coordinator Jeff Polo, Mayor Carl Hokanson, Patrolman and PBA Food Drive Coordinator Brian Swick, Patrolman Anthony Rodriguez, and Patrolman and PBA delegate Greg Polakoski.