Covid-19 Food Assistance
With advent of COVID-19, everybody's world is turned upside down, Urban food Alliance has had to adjust its meal making and delivery practices.
Food Distribution by South Brunswick Police Department
To ensure that people have food at home, Urban Food Alliance USA is temporarily switching gears and joining the effort of the South Brunswick Police Department to feed people in need of help. We will be providing food at the municipal complex to distribute in South Brunswick and surrounding areas. Due to contamination concerns, the SB Food Pantry has closed, and clients are asked to call the police department for help instead. As of April 10, the SB Police Department has held 2 food and donation drives.
Food Pick-up at Khan Baba
We will also be putting together boxes of groceries and invite those who need them to come to Khan Baba Restaurant on Rt. 27 in Franklin Park on Fridays to pick one up.
The boxes can contain either non-perishables only, or a combination of non-perishables and perishables, including milk and uncooked meat.
Everywhere, people are uniting to combat the tragic outcomes of this terrible disease. If you are able to donate, please visit our website and help us help those in need!
At this time, quantities will be limited, and people will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to be able to help more families, we need monetary donations!
Supporting the Community through Food Donation in New York
Over the past years, Urban Food Alliance is striving to alleviate the hunger crisis by providing food for the homeless in NYC and other local communities. You can be a part and join us to eradicate hunger and provide food for the homeless in NYC and work towards long term goals for hunger deprivation.
Supporting the Community through Food Donation in New Jersey
At Urban Food Alliance, we are striving to alleviate hunger in the local community. But, we need your support to help us in our mission for feeding the homeless in NJ and working towards long term goals to eradicate hunger in New Jersey.