Join us for a discussion on the complex relationship between food and the environment, and the challenges and opportunities to ensure that New Jersey has an equitable, ecologically sound, and economically robust food system.
Fund partners will provide an update on the first year of collaborative investment to support food access and innovation in Camden City including feedback from recipient nonprofit partners. The collaborative will also unveil plans for the second year of the fund.
Join us in Newark to tour the gardens and farms at Greater Newark Conservancy and Ironbound Community Corporation.
Join us for a brief webinar to learn about the latest sustainable agriculture and food systems policy trends and hear about the efforts of a national group of funders collaborating on these issues.
This event is for CNJG Members only
The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation invites members of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers to a special briefing to present a model collaboration of three nonprofit partners -- the JBJ Soul Foundation, The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, and Peoples Pantry. These three partners are coming together to create a community resource hub in Ocean County where families and individuals in need can access food, job training and other resources that will help to end the cyclical causes of hunger.
The Health and Aging Affinity Group will hear presentations on Senior Hunger Issues and get a preview of the new Elder Economic Index Data..
In response to interest generated at our May 7th Sandy Briefing, this meeting is being held to help participants engage in deeper conversations about leveraging your grantmaking with other funders.
This annual report reveals results of a research study about food insecurity among older adults in the United States. Released by the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH) and Feeding America, the study results offer data from the most recent year for which it is available, 2016, and reveals that more older adults faced hunger at this time than before the Great Recession.
Why is the food system important to philanthropy? Because hunger, food insecurity, nutrition-related chronic disease, the health of resource lands and waterways, wages, and equal opportunity in the food economy all converge in our regional food system.
As older adults are increasingly choosing to age in place, cross-cutting issues are coming to the forefront – the quality of care received by disabled or chronically ill older adults in their own homes, and the quality of the jobs of the caregivers who provide this care.