Welcome to Food Banks organization

Our mission is to help feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of food banks, soup kitchens, and food pantries

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Bound Brook Pantry
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Details: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Every Saturday
Cathedral Kitchen
Camden, NJ 08105
Details: Cathedral Kitchen’s core program for the past four decades has been the meal program in our dining room, which is open Monday to Friday from 4:00-5:00 PM and Saturday from 12:00-1:00 PM. Our guests are served a nutritious meal that consists of a protein, vegetable and/or salad, side dish, a beverage and a dessert. During each meal service, we provide a “take home” bag that contains additional food. CK offers donated produce, bread and packaged goods at a “market stand” in the dining room each day.
Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center Inc.
Morristown, NJ 07960
Details: The Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center provides nutritious meals in a warm, safe and caring environment, free of charge, no questions asked, to anyone who comes seeking nourishment. As part of our hospitality we also encourage and assist our guests in accessing community resources, services and educational programs.
Elijah’s Promise - Soup Kitchen
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Details: With the help of countless committed volunteers, our Community Soup Kitchen at 18 Neilson St. in New Brunswick serves an average of 300 free meals every day to those in need. We serve meals Monday through Friday from 11am to 7pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm to 4pm. Some of the guests are mothers with young children. Some are elderly. Some are unemployed, others are working and can’t make ends meet. They are male and female, young and old, White, Hispanic/Latino and African-American. Guests of the soup kitchen are served in an atmosphere of hospitality and dignity. We offer guests the opportunity to select from a varied menu featuring nutritious meals prepared from the freshest ingredients. No one leaves Elijah’s Promise hungry.
Food Bank Network of Somerset County - Main Warehouse
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Details: The mission of The Food Bank Network is to distribute food and to provide other basic human needs to those less fortunate in our community in a manner recognizing and advancing self-worth and human dignity. Working through food pantries located in Somerville, Bound Brook and North Plainfield, and a warehouse in Bridgewater, our goal is to help create the opportunity for each person to become selfsufficient. The Foodbank Network works with Somerset County residents referred by other county agencies, such as the Board of Social Services, Food Stamps, Alternatives, Richard Hall, S.H.I.P., Catholic Charities, Group Home, United Way, Home-Sharing, D.Y.F.S., and Agape House. To do this, the Food Bank Network counts of the support of staff members, a volunteer board of directors, and countless volunteers across the county who give their time and their donations to the Network to help us continue to work towards our goals.
North Plainfield Food Pantry
North Plainfield, NJ 07063
Details: 10:00 AM - 12 noon Last 2 Saturdays of each month
Somerville Food Pantry
Somerville, NJ 08876
Details: 10:00 AM - 11:30AM Every Saturday
St. John’s Soup Kitchen
Newark, NJ 07102
Details: Because the love of God demands a love of neighbor, and because the faith which underlies true prayer demands good works, St. John’s from its earliest days has sought to meet the physical as well as the spiritual needs of the people in the area. Today, St. John’s is famous not so much as an historic site as it is for its good works: over 6,000,000 breakfasts and dinners have been served to hungry people, free exhibits are held for struggling artists and the city’s school children, and thousands of toys and books are distributed to other churches and charitable institutions at Christmas. In the past three years, we have opened a Medical Services Unit staffed by a full-time nurse and two volunteer doctors, and a separate Women and Children’s Center where they can eat in peace and safety. In addition, we run a weekly food pantry handing out over 100 bags of food to assist those in need. From its earliest days, St. John’s has been a beacon to the marginal people. From harboring frightened immigrants to feeding the hungry, St. John’s has never turned its back on anyone’s physical needs while always taking care of their spiritual needs. Everything we do has its roots in the gospel; to share what we have, and to reach out and help those who cannot help themselves; to show respect for everyone as if they were “another self”; to reach out and touch people with the love of God through the love of neighbor. St. John’s is supported by free-will donations. We do not receive government funds of any kind.
1269 Café Food Pantry
Manchester, NH 03101
Details: All around downtown Manchester are thousands of people who are living on the edge. Families and individuals facing the most difficult circumstances any of us could imagine. There is great suffering taking place every day very close to us. The objective of the 1269 Café is to remove suffering in our neighborhood by showing God’s love in action and by loving people as they are and leading them to a better way to live. Food Pantry: Thursdays at 9:30 am, numbers given out at 9:30 am; Lunch: Tuesdays 11:30 - 12:30 pm
Antrim Bennington Food Pantry
Antrim, NH 03440
Details: This ministry, administered by The Board of Deacons, has been serving the Antrim Bennington communities for over 25 years. Open on Saturday mornings from 10:00 am to noon, this community supported pantry offers staple foods to any one who finds themselves in an emergency situation. It is available to residents of Antrim and Bennington. Donations of non-perishable food, fresh vegetables and monetary contributions are always welcome.