(Camden, NJ) – Touch New Jersey, a food distribution center in Camden City which supports the homeless and food insecure, is preparing to distribute a large donation of ham products for anyone facing food insecurity in response to the coronavirus pandemic and corresponding economic consequences.
Those in need can pick up food items at 549 State Street in Camden on Wednesday, April 15. Visitors are asked to wear masks and practice social distancing while in line.
“The public health crisis caused by coronavirus has quickly spurred an economic crisis as businesses close to prevent further spread of the disease,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “No one in Camden County has to go hungry because of this pandemic. There are resources available and agencies like Touch New Jersey who are working to help. If you or someone you know needs help securing food, please visit camdencounty.com for more information about the resources available in your community.”
If you are need of resources, Touch New Jersey distributes food Monday to Friday at 549 State Street in Camden City starting at 10 AM and while supplies last.
The many agencies supporting the homeless right now are facing the challenge of a lifetime during this pandemic. To learn how you can help, please visit https://camdencounty.com/heartsandhands.