Share My Meals Awarded a Second Grant From NJEDA to Help Fight Food Insecurity in the Princeton Area

Princeton, NJ — Thursday, October 7, 2021 — The Princeton-based non-profit Share My Meals Inc. is announcing a $175,000 grant from the Sustain and Serve NJ Program. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) allocated Phase 2 funds to successful qualifying organizations like Share My Meals which is the only organization in the area offering […]

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Today is Good Neighbor Day!

You can do something good for your neighbor today with Share My Meals, and be a Fight to End Hunger and Food Waste champion in our neighborhoods.  Join our home delivery program and volunteer to deliver healthy full meals to your neighbor in need.   Invite your friends and neighbors to volunteer to support our great mission […]

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Why We Started a GoFundMe Campaign?

You may have seen that we just launched a GoFundMe campaign. That’s because we need $ 30,000 to purchase 6,000 healthy prepared meals to cover the transitional but critical period before resuming our self-sustainable Waste Watcher Program in the fall when our food providers will reopen. As we don’t want to leave our recipient families without support […]

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How Confusing Food Date Labels Lead to Food Waste

By Melissa Lister There is a variety of puzzling food date labels on consumable items, such as:   Best if Used By.Sell By.Expires on.Use Before.Consume or freeze by.   These labels not only lead to confusion regarding the safety and quality of the food but also have a significant impact on food waste and our environment.   It […]

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Share My Meals is Fighting Hunger in Trenton

Share My Meals is working with the Iglesia Evangelica Emanuel Camino De Santidad of Trenton, NJ and its pastor Noe Gomez to feed about 50 people in Trenton.Members of the church came for the first pick-up in Princeton on March 19th.Floridalma Martinez and Arcadio Perez helped Pastor Gomez load 10 trays of meals prepared by […]

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The Shocking Truth About Food Insecurity

Our Board Member, Elisabeth Calvarin found this video so enlightening that we decided to share it with you all. This is a 12 mn talk by nutritionist Clancy Cash Harrison. 20% of kids are plagued by food insecurity – they lack reliable access to nourishing food. As a nutritionist, Clancy’s mistake was assuming people had […]

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