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E-Newletter    October 2023

On Friday September 29, on behalf of the taxpayers of the City of Cape May, the TPA was pleased to present a donation of $1,500 to the Cape May Community Food Closet.  For forty years this volunteer organization has helped those in need in our community.  This donation is, in our small way, a thank you to all those who work to make these efforts productive.
The TPA urges our members and our neighbors to visit the Food Closet website to get a sense of their efforts and to consider donating your time and/or money to help the cause.

The Taxpayers Association of Cape May has always believed that we are most fortunate to be a part of a special community, a national treasure loved by residents and visitors alike. 
We also recognize that as we are so fortunate, we have an obligation to those among us who do not share that fortune. 

The Cape May community is blessed to have among us individuals and organizations who share that concern and have worked tirelessly to seek out and help those among us who need things we too often take for granted.

The Cape May Community Food Closet is a prime example of such an effort.  Since 1982, this tireless band of volunteers has been gathering and distributing groceries and other necessities to qualified or low-income people, both on a regular schedule and an emergency basis.

Far too often real people do real work for our community but go unnoticed, and unappreciated.

TPA has prospered in recent years, as our membership has grown to almost 1000 members. We focus on issues like tax increases, spending priorities, revenues need, and on and on.

Our work often seems to focus on what’s wrong with Cape May, but tonight we want to focus on what’s right with Cape May, and we believe that there is nothing more right and more valuable to our community than the Cape May Community Food Closet. 

We are pleased to provide this donation to your organization to assist you in some small way as you make our community a more caring and a more compassionate place to live.

Thank you for all you do.
Board of Directors
Cape May Taxpayers Association
September 29, 2023

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Taxpayers Association of Cape May
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