Feeding Middlesex County financially supports organizations that feed the hungry in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Take a look at our 2020, 2019 or 2018 Annual Reports to learn more about our impact, current activities and future plans for the organization. You can also check out our newsletters here.
Our vision is to end food insecurity in Middlesex County.
Feeding Middlesex County financially supports organizations that feed the hungry.
We raise funds to purchase food and equipment to assist qualifying agencies in procuring, storing, preserving and transporting food and other necessary items to our food insecure neighbors, through REPLENISH (formerly MCFOODS), the county food bank.
Feeding Middlesex County is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
We support over 150 food pantries in all 25 communities in Middlesex County via the county food bank. All agencies eligible for assistance from Feeding Middlesex County must be 501(c)3 organizations, related to houses of worship, schools or local government.
We conduct significant due diligence to assure support goes to appropriate organizations, so our partners can have confidence that their support is going directly to the cause.
Our governing board is comprised of professionals from a cross-section of industry, education and elected officials who volunteer their time and expertise to advance our mission.
Kevin Hoagland, Chair
Retired Middlesex County Surrogate
Middlesex County Commissioner
Jane Leal, Vice Chair
Retired County Authority Administrator
Douglas Petix, Treasurer
Retired Director of Finance/CFO, City of New Brunswick
Rutgers Collaborative Center
Margaret Pemberton, Secretary
Retired County Clerk to the Freeholder Board
Retired Pharmacist & Businessman
Giamarese Farm and Farmers Against Hunger
Retired Marketer/Pharmaceutical Industry