The Hunger Project Restaurant Affiliate Application
The Coalition for Food and Health Equity ("Coalition Equity") is a tax-exempt non-profit whose work is centered on building power within communities to establish sustainable, community-grown cultures of health. We stand firmly in the mission that racial health disparity results from historical and structurally oppressive systems designed to maintain cultures of disease, poverty, and violence impacting communities of color the most. CFHE's mission is to address the root causes of health inequity by identifying the ways structural oppression marginalizes communities and impedes health. Our current programs, The Hunger Project, Senior Wellness Program, Ujamaa Café, and UpRoot, UpRise, ReBuild - blog provide innovative direct and indirect services, outreach, community building, and advocacy to transform health within our communities.
The Hunger Project
Coalition Equity's The Hunger Project (THP) is a free meal subscription service that enrolls residents who are experiencing hunger and food insecurity into a free meal program. The program's design supports the community and provides meals to those in need. Finally, and one of our biggest goals, is Coalition Equity is raising the bar on nutrition for our most at-risk communities.
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3. Application Decision
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We thank you for your interest to join THP Restaurant Affiliate Pool. CFHE outsources the creation of meals for THP to local restaurants. Restaurant participation in the Coalition for Food and Health Equity's THP program is considered a contract for services to meet residents' needs experiencing food insecurity and related challenges. For information on becoming a THP Restaurant Affiliate please review the Initial Eligibility and Application Process sections.
Restaurants are welcome to apply to be a Hunger Project Restaurant Affiliate by completing our application. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until June 1st, 2022. Finalists will be contacted for an interview with selected affiliates invited to join The Hunger Project Restaurant Affiliate program.
To be considered a viable applicant for the CFHE The Hunger Project Restaurant Affiliate program you must meet the following criteria:
Be based in one of CFHE's Hunger Project target areas.
Preference is given to minority and women-owned businesses as certified by the State of New Jersey.
Alignment with the CFHE mission and a commitment to racial health and food equity, social justice, and community development.
Be a registered business in the State of New Jersey.