Ramsey, NJ – August 21, 2013 – The Shannon Rose Irish Pub in Ramsey recently hosted a fundraiser to benefit Pascack Valley Meals-on-Wheels, a 501© 3 nonprofit organization that delivers to 24 towns and villages throughout northern Bergen County. Bergen County has the largest senior population in New Jersey and the fundraiser was designated to benefit Mahwah and Ramsey patrons.
The Pascack Valley Meals-on-Wheels fundraiser was held at the Shannon Rose Irish Pub in Ramsey, located at 1200 Route 17 North at Franklin Turnpike, raising hundreds of dollars.
“Pascack Valley Meals-on-Wheels has been delivering meals to people in need in Bergen County who are unable to shop of cook for themselves due to age or disability since 1972, and we are delighted to aid their mission of providing compassion, hope, and dignity while allowing clients the ability to maintain their independence,” said Edward Choe, president of Doherty Enterprises. “The need for this service continues to grow and we are happy to contribute.” “We are grateful to Ed Doherty and Doherty Enterprises, Inc., for the support for our Mahwah and Ramsey clients, who depend on us for their daily nutrition, Jeanne shared.” “The Shannon Rose Irish Pub was a fun venue for the gathering and we all had a wonderful time,” said Nancy Bielen, a volunteer from the Ramsey Farmer’s Market, who lent a hand at the event.