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Hunger Action Month

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1 in 3 families can't afford diapers.

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We work with more than 800 agencies in NJ

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Locate food pantries, soup kitchens and other resources for you and your family. Hunger Resources

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Hope is Here

We fight hunger and poverty in New Jersey by assisting those in need and seeking long-term solutions. We engage, educate and empower all sectors of society in the battle. We fill the emptiness caused by hunger with Food, Help and Hope.

Food & Nutrition Programs

More than eight hundred partners – including food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters – ensure that nutritious food is available to families in need year-round.

Resource Access Programs

We make sure everyone eligible for government benefits gets them by providing SNAP application assistance in our communities.

Workforce Development

Our job training programs seek to address the root cause of hunger – poverty – by providing those in need with interpersonal and professional skills to help them earn a living wage.

Our Results

38 million Americans are food insecure, which means they don’t know if they have enough to feed themselves and their families. Over 650,000 live right here in New Jersey. Together, we can end hunger.

35

million pounds of healthy produce distributed each year

85

million meals provided every year

27000

volunteer visits annually

Real Stories

Hunger exists in every community across New Jersey. Meet a few of the people you help us serve.

Funding Food PantriesGiving Grants to Expand Capacity

Learn how one of our community partners used their Network Investment grant. Read More

Helping HandsFuel Our Mission

Kenneth has been a dedicated CFBNJ volunteer for over 30 years. Read More

Grocery PricesAre on the Rise

Household budgets are strained for our neighbors in need. Read More

Did you know…Just $1 a day can help fight hunger?

A monthly gift of $30 provides three meals every day for someone in need. Donate Now

2021:The CFBNJ Annual Report

Read up on how CFBNJ delivers food, help, and hope. Read More

Did you know…There are people in need in every community?

Map the meal gap in your county. Learn More
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An event like the Women Fighting Hunger Luncheon would not be possible without committed sponsors and supporters. PNC, CFBNJ’s Luncheon Presenting ...Sponsor, has helped raise much-needed awareness and funds to support struggling families, students, and children. Special thanks to Jill Gateman, Executive Vice President, Northeast Corporate Banking at PNC Bank, and PNC Bank for their extraordinary commitment to addressing hunger.

Our Luncheon on October 26 at Park Avenue Club is sold-out but virtual participation is available for all event donors! Make a gift now in support of CFBNJ: https://cfbnj.org/luncheon.

To give your voice or for event updates, visit our Facebook event at: https://fb.me/e/20cEUMKID

Our latest episode of the New Jersey Banker podcast focuses on food insecurity in New Jersey and features @CFBNJ CEO, Carlos Rodriguez. Click here to... listen. https://t.co/2ROlmP8vbV

"A meal is so much more than a plate of calories. It's a plate of hope for the hopeless. It's a voice for the voiceless. That's ...what a meal is." @chefjoseandres tells #WHConfHungerHealth attendees and viewers.

"I believe that even complex problems can have very simple solutions. Starting today, we have to take action. We can change the way our food ...system works starting today." @chefjoseandres gives his keynote address during the #WHConfHungerHealth

"We must move our mindset from caloric consumption to nutritional consumption. Going to bed with a full belly but no nutrition is feeding a ...healthcare crisis." Mayor @ericadamsfornyc is speaking right now during the afternoon plenary. #WHConfHungerHealth

It's National Hispanic & Latino Heritage Month! Join NJ SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator Kiona and Child Education Manager Stephen to learn how to... make a healthy zucchini stir fry. #WellnessWednesday

Learn more about NJ SNAP-Ed: cfbnj.org/snap-ed

.@FoodBankCarlos and Senator @CoryBooker are fighting hunger together at today's #WHConfHungerHealth! In his remarks, Senator Booker said that ..."America will be the best in the world at raising healthy children." Thank you for your leadership!

"Kids can't just have food to eat. They need to have healthy food to eat. Healthy school meals for all will improve health and ...academics." The panel discusses the importance of access to healthy school meals for ALL children and families. #WHConfHungerHealth

Touch a life

With more than 650,000 people facing hunger in New Jersey, including over 175,000 children, we must continue to do everything we can to meet their needs. Your donation will be put to work immediately, helping us source and distribute food to our hungry neighbors.

Thank You to Our Partners & Sponsors