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Camden County-New Jersey -Free Food pantries /Food Banks

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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.


Atco Assembly of God Church
Address of church – 615 Jackson Rd
Atco, New Jersey, 08004
Phone number – (856) 768 – 0022


Catholic Charities Diocese of Camden – phone number (856) 342 – 4193. The charity organization has multiple locations around Camden County. They are listed below. Call one for immediate emergency assistance or help in applying for social services. They can provide free food, meals, clothing, thrift stores, shelter, and maybe even financial assistance for paying rent, electric bills, and other basic needs.

  • 2907 Federal St, Camden, NJ, 08105
  • 1845 Haddon Ave, Camden, NJ, 08103


Collingswood Food Pantry
Address – 832 Park Ave
Collingswood, New Jersey, 08108
Call (856) 854 – 0860
Non-perishable boxes of food, such as rice and soup, are available in Camden County. Volunteers will also try to deliver meals to senior citizens or low income homebound families.


Group Homes of Camden County
Address is 331 Grand Ave.
Camden, NJ, 08105
(856) 541 – 8003


Little Rock Baptist Church
1210 Kenwood Ave
Camden, New Jersey, 08103
Call (856) 757 – 0440 for hours on the food banks and more information.
Meals, shelter, counseling, and other services are offered to the poor and low income.


Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church
Address is the corner of White Horse Pike and Merchant St.
Audubon, NJ, 08106
Phone number of church is (856) 547 – 5571


Mount Ephraim Cares Food Pantry
Address is 11 N Black Horse Pike
Mount Ephraim, New Jersey, 08059
Dial (856) 559 – 0116 to reach the pantry
Clients can be given a box of groceries as well as information on state of New Jersey assistance, such as USDA commodities from CSFP or SNAP food stamps.


Mt. Olivet Seventh-day Adventist Church
800 Chelton Ave
Camden, NJ, 08104
(856) 365 – 9309


Municipal Welfare Department, Haddon Township
Location – 135 Haddon Ave.
Haddon, New Jersey, 08108
(856) 854 – 1176
Call the government office for help with social services, applying for public and government aid such as food stamps, and other welfare type programs. Also has referrals to local Camden County New Jersey food banks, pantries, and charities.


New Covenant Community Church
Location is 255 Edgewood Ave.
Audubon, NJ, 08106
(856) 546 – 0344


New Visions Community Services of Camden
Address: 523 Stevens St.
Camden, New Jersey, 08101
Phone number – (856) 963 – 0857
Offers a number of comprehensive low income programs to the needy, low income, and seniors.


Parkside United Methodist Church
Address is 1420 Kaighns Ave
Camden, NJ, 08103
Phone number – (856) 964 – 2254


Senior Citizens United Community Services of Camden County
146 Black Horse Pike
Mount Ephraim, New Jersey, 08059
Main number – (856) 456 – 1121
Food, meals, and aid for seniors in Camden County New Jersey. Call the center for information and to learn how to get help. Meals on Wheels is also for the elderly and disabled, and there are congregate meals too, such as free lunches.


South Camden Christian Fellowship
Location of church – 1722 Broadway
Camden, NJ, 08104
(856) 964 – 4545
Food assistance is offered to people regardless of background.


St. Edward’s Food Pantry
Address: 500 Erial Rd, Pine Hill
NJ, 08021
Telephone: (856) 783 – 2670
Emergency boxes of food as well as Christmas and Thanksgiving meals are served.


Cherry Hill Food Council
Address is 2432 Brace Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Phone: 856-428-0300


St. Maria Goretti Church, St. Vincent de Paul Society
321 Orchard Ave
Runnemede, New Jersey, 08078
Main number – (856) 933 – 0037
Various social assistance programs are administered. Call them for government surplus food, rent assistance, groceries, meals, and other perishable items.


Bethany Baptist Church
1115 E Gibbsboro Rd
Lindenwold, NJ
Telephone – (856) 784-2220
A box of food lasting a few days as well as personal hygiene items, such as soap and shampoo, may be provided by the charity.


St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – Camden
422 Market St.
Camden, NJ, 08102


St. Teresa Church, St. Vincent de Paul Society
Address is 13 E Evesham Rd
Runnemede, NJ, 08078
Telephone: (856) 939 – 1681
Call for referrals and access to the Camden County food bank and the free programs and foodstuffs offered. Some clothing, holiday meals, thrift stores, and baby supplies may be offered too.


St. Vincent De Paul Society – Berlin
Location is 157 W White Horse Pike
Berlin, New Jersey, 08009
Phone number – (856) 767 – 7391


St. Vincent DePaul Society Our Lady of Guadalupe Conference
Location is 100 S Ave
Lindenwold, NJ, 08021
Phone: (856) 627 – 8824
Volunteers from this church feed the working poor. Fruits, baby formula for low income parents, holiday meals, and other aid is offered.


Your Food Shelf
Address is – 1500 Federal St
Camden, New Jersey, 08105
Dial – (856) 365 – 6475


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