In this section, you'll find local organizations that can help you and/or your family with food support. Each organization's registration may be different, so visit the links for more specific information.
Hopewell Valley Mobile Food Pantry
Participants receive once a week an at-home delivery with an assortment of foods and fresh produce. There are several ways to enroll: 1. Call 609-737-0348 2. Email email@example.com with your contact info, name, size of family, and address for delivery. 3. Fill out an Online form at https://hvymca.org/pantry/ All assistance provided is confidential.
The Chubby's Project
Participants receive hot meals provided by Aunt Chubby's Luncheonette and groceries three days a week. In addition, The Project also has two self-service food pantries with a variety of items ranging from shelf-stable foods, to house supplies, and more. The location of the pantry is 1 Railroad Pl in Hopewell Borough. In order to register for food deliveries, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact info, size of your family, and address for delivery.
FISH of Hopewell Valley
FISH is a Hopewell Valley meals on wheels program that provides participants meals from Pennington Quality Market to homebound seniors in Pennington, Hopewell Borough, Titusville, and throughout Hopewell Township. The cost for each meal is $7.00 and deliveries are made on weekdays. Register for this program by calling (609)737-9123
Hopewell Valley Senior Center Lunch Program
Participants are eligible to receive lunch at the Hopewell Valley Senior Center on weekdays. In order to register, please call (609)-989-6650 for the Mercer County Senior Board.
The New Jersey Supplement Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children (WIC)
WIC is a public health nutrition program that provides wholesome food, nutrition education, and community support for income-eligible women who are pregnant and post-partum, infants, and children up to five years old. For more information click to visit their website.
After completing an intake form, participants are eligible to receive resources which include food, baby formula/food when available, diapers and wipes, feminine hygiene products (pads and tampons), and other hygiene products for adults and children. Walk-up hours are Mondays 10am- 2pm, Tuesdays 2pm- 6pm and Thursdays, 10am- 2pm.
Mercer County Free Food Finder
The Mercer County Free Food Finder directory lists meal sites, food pantries, and meal distribution sites serving children, families, seniors, and adults. Click HERE for more information.