Pre-Made Paleo Charity Event

Mark your calendars! Here’s a great event this coming Monday to benefit those affected by Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken.

Pre-Made Paleo and CrossFit Hoboken Team Up

Chef Richard Bradford, the owner of Pre-Made Paleo has volunteered his time to drive up all the way from Georgia and help us run a food drive on Monday evening at the gym. Richard is personally donating up to 500 meals and expects to have enough food to feed 1000 people. We are not limiting this Food Drive to Cross Fitters. Everyone reading this, please feel free to bring your family and friends for a hot paleo meal.

Volunteers needed
We expect to have a lot of folks show up for this food drive. Anyone that is interested in coming to help serve food and keep things organized, please email craig@crossfithoboken.com. Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated.
Or Donate
Want to help out but don’t live in Hoboken. You can click here to purchase a meal for someone that lives in Hoboken. We appreciate the help either way.

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3 Comments on "Pre-Made Paleo Charity Event"


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HansBrix
2 years 9 months ago

Probably more people left Dodge ahead of Irene and felt like fooled-me-once chumps when the apocalypse didn’t happen. So they stayed this time.

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loucoh
2 years 9 months ago

I just moved to Hoboken in September. After this experience, I’ve been touched by the support and friendship neighbors are offering each other during this devastation. I’ve visited St. Mathew’s Church a few times for a cup of coffee and a power strip and will start to donate to this church. The outpouring of food, comfort and support to any who need was overwhelming to me. Brava to St. Mathew’s.

On the other hand, I am extremely disappointed with the management company at 1000 Jefferson St. I was told that the building had back up generators, supplying lights in the hallways. These of course failed since they were located in the garage where my car was also parked and flooded to the point of ruin. Our electicity was lost Monday night and Tuesday we had fire alarms going off and no one on the premises to talk to, contact or help. Thru e-mail, it was suggested that we evacuate if possible since we had no lights, no security and no fire alarms. Again, Wednesday – someone knocked on the doors and suggested we leave if possible. I did leave on Thursday morning, carrying my 13 yr. old dog down the 6 flts of steps in the dark.

Needless to say, I was shocked when I got an e-mail today reminding me that rent is due, with instructions how to pay on line. Because of the disaster, they will hold off charging late fees until the 11th!

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joey maxim
2 years 9 months ago

LOUCH- i feel for your rproblem.Like so many others i know wandering in the streets cold
wet and snow on the way..My main peeve is our Governor should stop feeling bad over
the ferris wheel and rollar coaster floating in the atlantic and start concerning himself with
hudson essex bergen counties .If femia or fema can’t distribute bottles of water in some
areas what the hell and who set up this fiascio? Not to burst your bubble but you had to
know hoboken is below sea level and has been for ever..We were warned more than a
week ago to move out to some where else..many of us are set in our ways but funny
how much we take for granted…Stay well dry and warm..[quote comment=”217840″]I just moved to Hoboken in September. After this experience, I’ve been touched by the support and friendship neighbors are offering each other during this devastation. I’ve visited St. Mathew’s Church a few times for a cup of coffee and a power strip and will start to donate to this church. The outpouring of food, comfort and support to any who need was overwhelming to me. Brava to St. Mathew’s.On the other hand, I am extremely disappointed with the management company at 1000 Jefferson St. I was told that the building had back up generators, supplying lights in the hallways. These of course failed since they were located in the garage where my car was also parked and flooded to the point of ruin. Our electicity was lost Monday night and Tuesday we had fire alarms going off and no one on the premises to talk to, contact or help. Thru e-mail, it was suggested that we evacuate if possible since we had no lights, no security and no fire alarms. Again, Wednesday – someone knocked on the doors and suggested we leave if possible. I did leave on Thursday morning, carrying my 13 yr. old dog down the 6 flts of steps in the dark. Needless to say, I was shocked when I got an e-mail today reminding me that rent is due, with instructions how to pay on line. Because of the disaster, they will hold off charging late fees until the 11th![/quote]