Food & Nutrition Programs

South Jersey Programs

More than 55,000 residents in Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland counties struggle with hunger. The weakening of traditional sources of employment, including fishing, farming and tourism, has contributed to the stagnant economic climate and the dire challenges many South Jersey families face.

CFBNJ in Egg Harbor Township works to alleviate hunger through an array of feeding programs and collaborations with more than 300 community partners.

South Jersey Food Pantry

Our 29,000 square-foot facility is home to an on-site food pantry serving South Jersey that provides food to individuals and families living in South Jersey communities without access to pantry services. Clients make appointments to come in and “shop” for food that meets their needs.

Mobile Pantries in South Jersey

Our Mobile Pantry serving South Jersey brings food to areas where there are not enough food pantries and soup kitchens to meet the need.

This program is possible due to support from MGM Resorts Foundation.

Kids Cafes

We fill the nutrition gap for food insecure kids by providing nourishing after-school meals every day so they don’t go home to sleep on empty stomachs. The program designed to help hungry kids includes a nutrition education component aimed at teaching students about well-balanced diets.

Summer Nutrition

For kids who receive free or reduced-price school meals and after-school dinners at our Kids Cafes, summer vacation can mean an end to knowing for sure when they will eat again. In order to bridge the gap, we serve breakfast and lunch to children in need at sites across the state — including Boys & Girls Clubs, recreation centers & libraries — through the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).

School Pantries

We work with schools in high-need districts to provide on-site pantries for families. In a safe environment, parents and children pick up nutritious food so they don’t go hungry.

AtlantiCare Pantry at the Plex

In partnership with AtlantiCare, we founded the Pantry at the Plex. The facility in Atlantic City is just one more way we address hunger as a health issue. Families in need receive medical screenings, healthy food and nutrition education so they can lead happy and healthy lives.


Debra S. Fleischer, Pantry Manager

Jennifer Nelson, Impact Leader

Lindsey Kennedy, RD, Director of Nutrition

“Without the pantry, I wouldn't eat to save food for my kids because they need the food to grow and succeed.” -Nadege
‟Every family has different economic conditions. We were missing some food on the table. The mobile pantry helps. It helps a lot.” -Clarice
‟They just welcome you with open arms, without question or judgement.” -Sherry