Our invaluable partners
A huge thank you from SHUPPrinceton to those organizations and individuals who have donated their time and expertise to help us succeed.
Felicia A. Spitz
During the first 20 years of her career, Felicia worked as a project manager in education. During that time, she also volunteered with various non-profits ranging from neighborhood civic associations to parent teacher organizations. After retiring, she founded and ran her own charity in Princeton until 2020.
She created the administrative infrastructure and community partner network to support her charity and that is how SHUPP first partnered with Felicia back in 2016. Most recently, SHUPP has undergone a strategic planning initiative with her consultancy. Felicia was instrumental in helping SHUPP determine our next steps as we move past the pandemic and look at ways to address hunger needs in a lifelong and sustainable way.
Chef Brian Duffy
Year after year, celebrity chef Brian Duffy has answered the call and helped Send Hunger Packing Princeton to make our fundraising events a huge success. His generosity has earned him a place on our wall of appreciation.
Princeton Public Library
For the past several years, Send Hunger Packing Princeton has held our September fundraising event on Hinds Plaza in the heart of Princeton. This would never have been possible were it not for the generosity of the Princeton Public Library. We could not be more grateful for their support and commitment to the cause of ending food insecurity in our community.
Adam Welch is an artist living and working in Hightstown, NJ. Since 2010 he has been director of Greenwich House Pottery in New York City and is lecturer at Princeton University. In addition to his support of the great work that Send Hunger Packing does, Adam coordinates and contributes the bowls for the annual Empty Bowls in Hightstown which raises money to support food-based charities and the Arts in Hightstown.
Bill was there at the beginning. He has brought a wealth of experience and talent. He developed initiatives and took the lead ensuring SHUPPrinceton’s success. More specifically, he helped develop the SHUPPrinceton mission statements, MSF relationship documentation, fundraising activities, creative programming, PR campaigns and much more. He is an active contributor, a positive thinker, a team builder and a motivator. Even with his absence from the Board, he continues to be a mentor to SHUPP.