Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Inc.

Rating: 3 stars   2 reviews

Address:

31 Evans Terminal Rd Hillside NJ 07205 USA

Mission:

The Community Foodbank distributes 40 million pounds of food and other groceries in 18 New Jersey counties, serving over 1,100 charitable organizations where hungry people turn for help. Food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, child care centers, and senior programs. In addition to food distribution CFBNJ offers a job training program in which individuals receive the skills they need for jobs in the food-service industry. Our Kid's Division directly addresses children in need through it's Kids Closet, Kids Cafe, Tools 4 Schools and BackPack programs.

Programs:

During its fiscal year ending june 30th, 2015, the community foodbank of new jersey faced -- and met-- many challenges. Cfbnj managed to distribute a record 44. 6 million pounds of food to more than 1,000 partner charities including soup kitchens, food pantries and child and senior feeding programs. At the same time, cfbnj maintained other highly-regarded services including job training, youth programs, advocacy, and snap (food stamps) outreach. More than 1. 1 million people in new jersey face hunger, including almost 400,000 children. The state's high cost of living, combined with stagnant wages and slow job growth, continued to put an extraordinary strain on families struggling to make ends meat. Cfbnj's southern branch in egg harbor township worked diligently to provide additional assistance when thousands of casino workers were laid off, and the entire organization weathered the retirement announcement of founder, president and ceo kathleen dichiara.

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(908) 355-3663
http://www.njfoodbank.org

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