Even as the economy has progressed and gotten better, and people have gone back to work, hunger is still a really prevalent problem in NJ.
New Jersey is one of 19 states that must reimpose the time limit in 2016 because parts of the state no longer qualify for a waiver.
A college education is a great tool for overcoming poverty, but students have to be able escape poverty long enough to finish their degrees.
As the holiday season begins, the Anti-Poverty Network (APN) of New Jersey is launching a new campaign called Stories of New Jersey.
For young people, the tent city is an opportunity to have a one night experience of what it’s like for a homeless person to live on the street.
No one organization, no matter how big or how well-resourced, can grapple with all the dimensions of poverty which is a moral crisis in our state.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week will be held from November 14-22, 2015, a time to to share our compassion with our homeless neighbors.
The National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness is committed to ending hunger and homelessness in America.
On Saturday, May 2, 2015, the Montclair Film Festival (MFF) will host “Hunger and Homelessness in Montclair: A Community Conversation.”
There are more people living on the edge of homelessness and people are making the horrible decision every day, ‘Do I feed my family or pay my rent?’