Denholtz Properties Director of Leasing and Technology Christina Jordan Named to Board of Trustees for Red Bank-Based Non-Profit

Role expands Denholtz Properties’ growing partnership with Lunch Break

Denholtz Properties, a commercial real estate investment and development company, announces that Director of Leasing and Technology Christina Jordan has been named to the Board of Trustees for Lunch Break, a Red Bank-based organization that freely provides food, clothing, life skills and fellowship to those in need in Monmouth County and beyond.

Established in 1983, Lunch Break has been committed to providing financially insecure individuals and families in Red Bank and the surrounding Monmouth County community with life’s basic necessities of food, clothing, life skills and fellowship. In its nearly 40-year history, the support of individual donors, foundations, the corporate and business communities and a network of more than 2,000 volunteers has enabled the organization to expand its feeding, clothing, outreach, mentoring, and social service programs to ensure it can continue to support all of those in need in the local community.

Recognizing the transformative role of Lunch Break and its programs in the Red Bank community, Denholtz Properties has been deeply involved with the organization since relocating its headquarters to the Borough in 2019. In addition to hosting annual food and clothing drives for Lunch Break, Denholtz Properties has also served as a sponsor for its 2021 and 2020 annual galas.

Jordan’s appointment to Lunch Break’s Board of Trustees marks the latest chapter in Denholtz Properties’ growing relationship with Lunch Break. As a member of the Board of Trustees, Jordan will leverage her experience to work closely with fellow business and community leaders on the Board to assist with the organization’s strategic planning.

“Lunch Break’s work to break the cycle of poverty has made an indelible mark on the Monmouth County community that I am so proud to call home,” said Jordan. “For that reason, I am deeply honored and humbled to join the Board of Trustees and have the opportunity to work closely with their dedicated team to continue to bring life-changing programs to those in need throughout our local communities.”

Joining Jordan in an advisory role with Lunch Break is Denholtz Properties President Stephen Cassidy who has been named to its Capital Campaign Committee. In this role, Cassidy will assist Lunch Break’s leadership with the execution of the organization’s recently announced $12-million-dollar ‘Renew the Promise of Hope’ capital campaign. Proceeds from the campaign will help Lunch Break complete the expansion of its current facility at 121 Drs. James Parker Boulevard in Red Bank. Breaking ground on April 28th, the expanded facility will allow the organization to meet the increased demand for its services in the local community.