Tens of thousands of NJ residents who experience hunger and food insecurity need you to lend your voice to the cause by making your government representatives aware of the problem and telling them what they can do to help. You can be an anti-hunger advocate in a number of ways:
-Write a letter and/or call to your government representative
-Invite government representatives to visit your emergency food site
-Arrange to meet with your representatives in their local offices
-Attend press events
-Start local efforts to help low-income children have better access to healthy food
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