After a successful 10-year campaign to feed NJ kids, Hunger Free New Jersey announces a new direction. The New Jersey Food for Thought Campaign was
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Fewer New Jersey children received afterschool suppers in 2020 – the second year in a row that the state headed in the wrong direction in
SNAP, aka food stamps, recipients can now use an app to manage their benefits on their mobile devices. Participants in Work First New Jersey (WFNJ)
NJ Congressman Kim Andy Kim recently introduced a bill that would make it easier for communities to serve free summer meals to children. Kim marked
Gov. Phil Murphy today signed into law a comprehensive legislation package aimed at reducing hunger in the Garden State. The six bills will help expand
Sign on to a letter urging Congress, Biden Administration to act to combat childhood hunger!
A new federal measure, the Build Back Better Act, includes nearly $35 billion for child nutrition programs. This critical investment will help ensure all children
Spanish language version of infographic to alert parents about the latest round of P-EBT, being mailed on an ongoing basis beginning in August 2021.
SNAP benefits set to rise more than 25%.
An infographic to alert parents about the latest round of P-EBT, being mailed on an ongoing basis beginning in August 2021.