NJ SNAP Survey

Hunger Free NJ has launched a survey to learn more about why people do not participate in SNAP & how to boost enrollment.

Take survey in English or Spanish.

Far too many New Jersey residents are missing out on important food assistance that can help them feed themselves and their families.

Hunger Free New Jersey, an independent, non-profit organization, is trying to learn more about why some people do not participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, (SNAP, also known as food stamps).

HFNJ, along with many partners, is asking people to take a short survey.

Take survey in English or Spanish

Your response will give us information to work with state leaders to make changes to SNAP to make it easier for people to receive this help. We will not share any of your personal information.

The survey takes just a few minutes and could help you and many other NJ residents. The survey will only be open for a few weeks so please take it now.

To our fellow advocates, please share this survey with your networks via e-mail, social media and on your websites!

We will report the results of this and other research we have conducted, along with actionable recommendations, in the coming weeks.

Share the survey.

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