Real Stories

Yolanda and her husband have three growing kids at home – one boy and two girls, aged 10, 12, and 14.  Inflation has made it difficult to keep them healthy and well-fed. That’s why Yolanda visits her local pantry for some extra help.   “Food is expensive, Learn More

With seven people in her household, including young children and several working adults, Alexandria appreciates the help that she gets at Varick Memorial Food Pantry in Hackensack.   Dressed in her uniform, she visits the pantry on her lunch break during a long day cleaning the offices Learn More

For more than fifty years, the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City has been a mainstay for South Jersey parents and children. The organization provides afterschool activities, nutritious meals, and workforce development programming.  It is also a grant recipient through CFBNJ’s Network Investment Initiative. With Learn More

CFBNJ’s Food Sourcing team is responsible for procuring the food that we distribute to our neighbors in need through donations, purchases, and government programs. We partner with supermarkets, corporations, distributors, farms, manufacturers, wholesalers, transportation companies, and non-supermarket retailers – just to name a few.   Beginning this Learn More