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)

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The NJ Anti-Hunger Coalition and Advocates for Children of NJ co-chair the Food for Thought Campaign to combat childhood hunger.

Learn more and join our efforts.

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Read the latest report on child nutrition in New Jersey

Healthy Food, Strong Kids: Building a Community Response to Childhood Hunger

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NJAHC, a program of the Center for Food Action, is listed in the Good Food Org Guide" as an organization doing exemplary anti-hunger work  

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NJAHC's advocacy work is funded in part by generous grants from the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) and Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger.

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NJAHC, a program of the Center for Food Action, is listed in the Good Food Org Guide" as an organization doing exemplary anti-hunger work  

good_food_org_guide_james_beard_foundation_food_tank1.jpg

FRAC_logo_darkblue.gray.jpg

NJAHC's advocacy work is funded in part by generous grants from the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) and Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger.

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FFTBadgeNEW.jpg

The NJ Anti-Hunger Coalition and Advocates for Children of NJ co-chair the Food for Thought Campaign to combat childhood hunger.

Learn more and join our efforts.

CNCover2016Cropped.jpg

Read the latest report on child nutrition in New Jersey

Healthy Food, Strong Kids: Building a Community Response to Childhood Hunger