The American Academy of Pediatrics, an influential nationwide organization of 64,000 pediatric professionals, is stepping up its efforts to help the 15 million children in this country who are hungry. In New Jersey alone, hunger affects 1 in 5 kids — nearly 400,000. And, according to Learn More

You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind food event running from October 15th through December 3rd, featuring the best food in Atlantic City.  50 Bites is a great way to try restaurants and sample dishes, all while helping benefit CFBNJ’s Southern Branch. For all the details, Learn More

Recently, Feeding America has been asking a good question about this country, one that deserves a good answer:  How can 48 million people face hunger when 70 billion pounds of food go to waste? Now, at least a partial solution is in the works.  In September, the 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