Hunger Free New Jersey Hosts the first meeting of the Hunger Free Campus Network

Please join us for the first meeting of the Hunger Free Campus Network. We will be focusing on addressing student food insecurity at New Jersey colleges and universities. We will highlight innovative programming at institutions across the state and discuss how to move our campuses toward becoming hunger free. This will be a virtual meeting, and students are more than welcome to attend. To register, click here.

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NJFSI Awards Grant to HFNJ to Advance Health Equity

The New Jersey Food Security Initiative (NJFSI), a collaboration of community organizations and local and state agencies led by the Food Research & Action Center (FRAC) with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, today announced it has awarded a $198,612 grant to Hunger Free New Jersey (HFNJ) to bolster food security and improve nutrition to advance health equity across the state.

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