FBSJ

AcronymDefinition
FBSJFood Bank of South Jersey (est. 1985; Pennsuaken, NJ)
FBSJFidelity Brokerage Services Japan
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Prior to joining FBSJ, the organization said Hosier served as general manager for an unnamed food processing company in South Jersey.
The award will be presented to representatives of Campbell at FBSJ's annual gala, Viva South Jersey, to be held November 4 at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill, NJ.
"With so many challenges facing our country today, the urgent problem of hunger becomes an unnoticed issue that silently plagues our family members, our neighbors, and our friends," states FBSJ President and CEO, Val Traore.
FBSJ's goal is to feed 8,000 children enrolled in various community programs, summer schools, and church programs at 168 sites in Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, and Salem counties.
A member of a family of life-long philanthropists, Kidd-Gilchrist's mother, grandmother, and other family members regularly volunteer at FBSJ food distribution sites in their community and will join the basketball player at the unveiling ceremony of his sponsored tractor trailer.
Gala attendees will be a mix of civic and business stakeholders from the FBSJ community: corporate and institutional donors; individual donors; agency partners from FBSJ's distribution network; FBSJ board members, executives, and employees.
The award will be presented to the owners of ShopRite stores at FBSJ's annual gala, Viva South Jersey, to be held November 10 at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill, NJ.
The funding will permit FBSJ to provide year-round meals assistance - breakfasts, after-school snacks, summer meals, dinners, and weekend provisions - to 42 children residing at the Ethel R.
Children benefiting from FBSJ's SMP were enrolled at 105 "feeding sites," community camps, day care centers, and vacation bible schools - scattered throughout Camden, Salem, Gloucester, and Burlington counties.
During Hunger Action Month, FBSJ'S staff and its community partners are supporting the following:
The outstanding result places FBSJ in the top tier of Feeding America's nationwide network of 200 food banks required to complete the AIB-certification process.
FBSJ is projecting to deliver more than 200,000 breakfasts, lunches, and snacks to 3,500 low-income children at 100 camps during this year's 12-week SMP; the children attending the Wiggins Park Kick-Off event are enrolled at five summer feeding sites located in Camden County.