Articles about SHUPP

Much has been written about the issue of food insecurity and it's effects on those it impacts, both directly and indirectly. We know you'll find something interesting and hopefully learn something new.

SHUPP Program expands

The SHUPP Project expands programming, provides more weekend meals

It’s Friday afternoon at Johnson Park Elementary School in Princeton; school is out for the weekend and students are packing up their backpacks. Nine-year-old Tia collects her folders, markers and her favorite book in preparation for the weekend ahead. Before she heads home, she makes sure the bag of food has been placed in her backpack. This food will provide her and her family meals throughout the weekend until she returns to school on Monday. Read More
Princeton Patch

Princeton Launches Initiative to Feed 215 Students

The Princeton Human Services Commission and Mercer Street Friends have announced the launch of a new initiative to feed hungry children in Princeton. Read More
The Trenton Times

Reality TV chef cooks up awareness for children's hunger in Princeton

"Bar Rescue" Celebrity chef Brian Duffy visited Community Park School to accept the Send Hunger Packing challenge to create an affordable and nutritious meal with ingredients that are usually available to low-income families.
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