From NJ Spotlight.com. Fewer Kids are eating breakfast…

State ranks dead last in percentage of schools eligible for federal nutrition funds that actually participate in the program, according to new reportThe number of children eating breakfast at schools in New Jersey dropped last year for the first time this decade — a development that concerns...

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SHuPP partners with PCF and Rec Department

SHuPPrinceton partners with Princeton Children’s Fund and Princeton Rec Department to help PRINCETON, NJ- Princeton Children’s Fund, Princeton Recreation Department and Send Hunger Packing Princeton are partnering this summer to make it possible for as many as 175 Princeton Public School...

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An Open Letter From a Princeton Parent

My tummy hurts… One day last Spring, my 9 year old daughter came home from school and told me about a classmate of hers who had been so hungry that day, his tummy was growling loud enough for her to hear it. She noticed him squirming in his seat and asked him what was wrong. He told her that...

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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...

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One Families Story

Thank you, Send Hunger Packing Princeton! I, Nakeisha Ammons and my family would like to extend our biggest Thank You, to the SHUPP staff for all you do throughout the Princeton Public Schools to ensure that children in low income households have the opportunity to obtain supplemental meals over...

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