The 2019 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) public charge rule has been blocked permanently nationwide. The rule penalized some immigrants who turned to certain public assistance programs for help, sowing…
Encourage parents to ensure that their school has their children's correct information.
Provide a quick look at what parents need to do to ensure their child may qualify for P-EBT.
Encourage parents to apply for free or reduced-price school meals.
Hunger Free NJ has launched a survey to learn more about why people do not participate in SNAP & how to boost enrollment.
The latest COVID relief package provides higher SNAP benefits and makes it easier for some to receive this important nutrition support.
SNAP recipients can now buy food online using their benefits card.
Our new report measures SNAP participation by county, while offering recommendations to expand its reach, in good times and bad.
The Trump administration’s public charge rule took effect on February 24, spreading fear among immigrants who may need public assistance. Under the rule, legal immigrants seeking green cards can have…
Nearly 40 percent of New Jersey’s community college students face hunger, according to the #RealCollege survey released today.