Category Archives: distribution model

Monument Elementary School Pilot Healthy Food Fundraiser

On Friday, June 17, 2011 Food Justice Foundation ran a Healthy-Food Fundraiser pilot project with Monument Elementary School in the North Ward of Trenton. ¬†Parents of the students received order forms for high-quality, wholesale-priced selections of fruits and vegetables, such … Continue reading

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Rescue Mission of Trenton Meeting

  Executive Director Taylor Behmke met with Director of Entrepreneurial and Traning Douglas Liebau and Life Skills and Operations Manager Barrett Young from the Rescue Mission of Trenton on April 26th to discuss possible collaborations between our organizations.¬† FJF needs … Continue reading

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Hedegepeth-Williams Healthy Food Fundraiser Pilot Project

Food Justice Foundation has partnered with Hedgepeth-Williams Elementary to launch a Healthy Food Fundraiser pilot project. Fundraiser materials were handed out to the Kindergarten and Pre-K classes on December 6th. All food orders are due by December 14th and all … Continue reading

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FJF October Report

Food Justice Foundation is happy to report on another great month of healthy food distribution! The Living Hope Community Buyers Club program produced the following results with five distributions in the month of October: Families Served: 57 Produce Distributed: 1270 … Continue reading

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Angel Food Ministries 12/12/09

Today we visited Catherine Godfrey at Living Hope Church in Trenton to discuss Angel Food Ministries, a national organization which distributes foods through churches. She explained it’s benefits and shortcomings in great detail. In order to use their service you … Continue reading

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