Monmouth Mobile Home Park creates community garden, delivers food during COVID

SOUTH BRUNSWICK – The Monmouth Mobile Home Park has created a garden to help provide nutritious food to help families who are struggling during COVID-19.

“The staff at Monmouth Mobile Home Park will be harvesting fresh vegetables and delivering farm basket’ to residents free of charge,” Dan Mandell, manager of Monmouth Mobile Home Park, said in a prepared statement. “Our focus is on feeding families and encouraging healthy eating during these uncertain times.”

Monmouth Mobile Home Park started the community garden program last year and it was a huge success.

“We want to do everything we can to give back to the community and we really thought that providing nutritious food was a great way to do this,” Mandell said in the statement.

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the program was expanded this year to try to feed as many people as possible. The park has also worked in conjunction with the South Brunswick Food Pantry and Patel Brothers Market to get food to anyone who might need it, according to the statement.

Monmouth Mobile Home Park prides itself on its strong feelings of community spirit and its engaging staff are immersed in community events and are active members of township activities, according to the statement.

Monmouth Mobile Home Park is located at 4017 Route 1, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.

For more information, call 732-297-2051 or visit

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