The Community FoodBank of New Jersey applauds Morgan Stanley, a company that rolls up its sleeves and works alongside us in helping to fight hunger and poverty. Morgan Stanley employees—individually and in teams—provide more than 1,500 hours of volunteer service to the FoodBank annually. Through a Learn More

The Community FoodBank of New Jersey applauds Premio Foods, the maker of fine sausage and a familiar name not only in the meat case of the grocery store but at the check-out counter, too. Premio is the state sponsor of Check-Out Hunger, the annual fundraiser Learn More

Despite all the talk of economic recovery and job growth, new numbers drive home the fact that hunger and poverty in New Jersey, and across America, remain stubbornly high, and a harsh reality for millions of people. The U.S. Department of Agriculture just released its annual report on Learn More

The Community FoodBank of New has benefited greatly from our long-term partnership with JP Morgan Chase. Because workforce development is a priority, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation provides generous financial grants to our Food Service Training Academy. JPMorgan Chase teams regularly volunteer at the FoodBank, and Learn More

Hunger is a symptom of lack of resources. While the recession may be over, the number of Americans still struggling with this basic need remains unchanged. Unemployment, low wages, and high housing costs have been identified as the major causes of hunger. The problem of hunger here is Learn More