POLICY AND ADVOCACY
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey is committed to advocating for programs and policies that promote adequate nutrition for all people. You can help by advocating for the changes that help people meet their most basic need and address the many factors that contribute to food insecurity.
Advocacy means taking a stand by raising your voice, raising awareness and rallying for change. If you're willing to speak up for others, ask for change, and work to draw attention to the issue of hunger in New Jersey, become an advocate for New Jersey's hungry.
For simple descriptions of each of our priorities, read our Legislative Priorities. To stay up to date on what's going on at the federal level and in NJ, sign up for our monthly Policy Update and Action Alerts below.