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Our Community

Ryan’s Servicenter believes in giving back to the community that helps us. Here are some ways we give back.

The Lacey Food Bank program is operated by volunteers and depends entirely on food and monetary donations from the public and the business community. With the exception of filing fees, telephone, equipment and minimal office supplies, over 90% of your donation goes to buy food and food coupons for the clients of the food bank. The server for the website is donated. The food bank van was donated by Excelon and they also donate money for the insurance and maintenance. Township residence must show proof of residency as well as financials to participate in the program. For more information please see www.laceyfoodbank.org.

Lacey PBA 238 is located in Lacey Township. They have supported the town from its inception in 1980. Monies they raise help support many community events including scholarships, project graduation,Boy Scouts, Lacey Food Bank, Pop Warner, Municipal Alliance, to mention a few. They are also committed to helping people who may need extra help even if it’s building a ramp for their house. For more information please contact Keith Pearce at 609-693-6636.

Lanoka Harbor EMS. Operating since 1979, Lanoka Harbor EMS has been providing volunteer, non-profit emergency medical services in the Lanoka Harbor section of Lacey Township and the surrounding communities as necessary. Their squad building is located at 305 Manchester Ave. Lanoka Harbor Emergency Medical Service membership is comprised of local residents who donate their time and energy in order to help provide emergent care to visitors and residents of the community. There are over 60 members ready to respond to your call for help. There is no charge for this ambulance service. We are supported solely on citizen and business donations, as well as a yearly contribution from the township. For more information please see www.lhems.com.

Lacey Township Ems, designated squad 23, is located in Forked River section of Lacey Township. They are staffed entirely by volunteers. They have 65 members servicing with half certified as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Financial support is provided mostly by private donations from the community as well as monies received yearly from the town. For more information please see www.ltems23.com.