Working to end hunger in New Jersey
through education, advocacy and activism

  • The NJ Federation of Food Banks provides emergency food to an estimated 830,200 different people annually

  • Over 1,190,000 people in NJ are food insecure

  • Nearly 400,000 of NJ's children are food insecure

  • Over 165,500 elderly and disabled people in NJ rely on SNAP (formerly food stamps)

School Breakfast Fights Childhood Hunger

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Food Stamps (SNAP): A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out

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NJ Food for Thought Campaign: helping more kids start their day with a healthy breakfast at school

NJAHC and Advocates for Children in NJ (ACNJ) are co-chairs of the "NJ Food for Thought School Breakfast Campaign", the goal of which is to increase participation in school breakfast among children at risk for hunger. 

Food for Thought: Fifth Annual School Breakfast Report 

What's New...

School Breakfast Fights Childhood Hunger

ACNJ-2nd-annual.png

Food Stamps (SNAP): A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out

Food-Stamps-(snap).png

PassaicSBF2.JPG

NJ Food for Thought Campaign: helping more kids start their day with a healthy breakfast at school

NJAHC and Advocates for Children in NJ (ACNJ) are co-chairs of the "NJ Food for Thought School Breakfast Campaign", the goal of which is to increase participation in school breakfast among children at risk for hunger. 

Food for Thought: Fifth Annual School Breakfast Report