Monthly Archives: February 2011

FJF Receives Greatest Impact Award at Princeton TigerLaunch 2011

The FJF team received the Greatest Impact Award at Princeton’s TigerLaunch competition, which came with $500!  The competition was a great chance to meet interesting alumni and judges and talk to them about their experiences with entrepreneurship.  We also got … Continue reading

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Princeton TigerLaunch 2011 Business Plan Competition Tomorrow

FJF team members Taylor Behmke, Kelly Reilly and Tucker Willsie have entered FJF into the Social Enterprises track of the Princeton TigerLaunch Business Plan Competition.  The competition is all day tomorrow, wish us luck!

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Last Healthy Food Access Meeting for the NJPHK

Tonight we had the third and last last healthy food access meeting for the New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids Trenton workgroup.  We discussed our policy and grant recommendations for the Trenton Steering Committee.  The discussion was broken down intro … Continue reading

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Food Justice Foundation Receives IRS 501c3 Tax Exempt Status

We received the IRS 501c3 determination letter approving Food Justice Foundation as a tax-exempt public charity in the mail yesterday! The effective date of the tax-exempt status is the date of Food Justice Foundation’s incorporation as a New Jersey non-profit … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Fight For Fitness, Trenton Steering Committee

Executive Director Taylor Behmke and Director of Strategic Planning Tushar Gupta met with Manatee Smith, Aide to the Mayor, and several city officials to plan the organization of a Trenton Steering Committee that would work to integrate programs that address … Continue reading

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Supreme Harvest and FJF Meeting

Executive Director Taylor Behmke met with Aide to the Mayor Manatee Smith and Robert Muhammad of Supreme Harvest to talk about possible collaboration between our organizations.  Supreme Harvest is a new organization that does nutrition education and cooking classes and … Continue reading

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Meeting with Homefront Trenton

Executive Director Taylor Behmke met with Eric Wigginz and Sunny Emanuel-Cosltey, Director of Program Support Services, of Homefront to share knowledge about Trenton and produce distribution and also discuss possible collaboration between FJF and Homefront in Trenton.

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New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids 2nd Workshop Meeting

FJF team members Taylor Behmke and Tushar Gupta attended the second of a three part series workshop for the New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids Trenton Subcommittee on Healthy Food on Wednesday, February 2nd.  The goal for this meeting was … Continue reading

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