Fundraising cook book

Our organization is preparing a taste-tempting custom cookbook featuring favorite recipes from our members. These cookbooks will be professionally published and contain special pages of interest, a table of contents, an index, a helpful cooking hints, and recipe category dividers. It is sure to be treasured for years to come.
Please submit 3-5 of your favorite recipes so you can be represented in our group’s cookbook. Follow the instructions above. Your name will be printed with each of your recipes. Your help in contributing recipes will ensure that our cookbook will be a big success.
We anticipate a great demand for our cookbooks, and we want to be certain to order enough. You can reserve one or more for yourself and your family at this time to be assured of receiving them.

Download form: HERE (pdf)

Volunteers needed for holiday setup/delivery!
Meet at New Moummouth Baptist Chruch (APR/GYM)
At the corner of Cherry Tree Farm Rd & New Mounmouth Rd

Thursday Nov 19th 4pm - Room setup
Friday Nov 20th 8:30am - 4pm – Food drop off & sorting
Friday Nov 20th 6:30pm - Food basket assembly
Saturday Nov 21st 7am - Turkey drop off
Saturday Nov 21st 8am - Food basket delivery

Wed Dec 16th 4pm – Room setup
Thu Dec 17th 8:30am-4pm - Food drop off & sorting of food & toys
Fri Dec 18th 8am – Food pickup, sorting & packing
Fri Dec 18th 6:30pm - Food basket assembly
Sat Dec 19th 7am - Turkey Drop Off
Sat Dec 19th 8am - Food basket delivery

                 Middletown Helps Its Own is a truly unique organization. We function as an umbrella organization which coordinates the efforts of many other organizations and hundreds of volunteers, from school children to senior citizens, on behalf of our neighbors who are in need
                Middletown Helps Its Own was organized in 1964 by a group of thirteen community and civic organizations as the result of a series of community meetings sponsored by the Courier newspaper regarding coordination of help to the Township’s needy families.

                MHIO’s purpose was to insure that every needy family in Middletown received assistance at Christmas time. Its aim was to eliminate the duplication of effort that typically occurs when many well meaning groups are all attempting to accomplish the same objectives without coordinating with each other.
                In our first years of operation, Middletown Helps Its Own distributed food baskets to less than 50 families. Four decades later, this number has increased to about 300 families at Christmas and a Thanksgiving basket program has been added which reaches about 250 families. Ours is the largest program of its kind in our area. The cost of these programs to our organization is over $30,000 each year. The value of the food, toys and clothing which are donated to us and added to what we buy brings the total value of our distributions to over $40,000.
                Businesses, community organizations, schools, scouts and ordinary citizens living in Middletown all pitch in to provide food, toys, clothing and cash donations to help make each holiday season brighter for our neighbors in need. Deliveries of the gift baskets are handled by volunteers from our member organizations.

Contact Information

President- Don Skrivanek

Phone- 732-787-3604

E-mail- MHIO65@gmail.com


"Help Us Help Your Neighbor"

Middletown Helps Its Own  |  P.O. BOX 105  |  Port Monmouth, NJ   07758