The Community FoodBank of New Jersey’s chapter of the Indian American Council was formed to raise awareness, improve engagement, and channel resources and contributions of the Indian American community in New Jersey towards the FoodBank’s mission to end hunger across the state.
Hunger Mitao means “Wipe Out Hunger”!
With a rally cry of “Hunger Mitao!” the Community FoodBank of New Jersey’s Indian American Council seeks to mobilize the Indian American community around the issue of hunger that exists right here in New Jersey. The IAC has launched an ambitious Million Meal March campaign to help the FoodBank provide more meals to our neighbors in need.
The FoodBank’s Indian American Council invites individuals, groups, and businesses alike to join a growing group of passionate advocates who have stepped up to make a local impact. The Council aims to provide several million meals annually in an effort to wipe out hunger in New Jersey.
Join Our Sponsorship Circles
Transformers Circle– Provides 250,000 meals with a commitment of $83,333 over three years
Platinum Circle– Provides 100,000 meals with a commitment of $33,333 over three years
Diamond Circle– Provides 75,000 meals with a commitment of $25,000 over three years
Gold Circle– Provides 50,000 meals with a commitment of $16,667 over three years
Silver Circle– Provides 25,000 meals with a commitment of $8,333 over three years
Bronze Circle– Provides 10,000 meals with a commitment of $3,333 over three years
Committing to a Sponsorship Circle allows Indian American Council members to make a greater impact in the fight against hunger. Led by co-chairs and a steering committee comprised of members from the Sponsorship Circles, the IAC operates in a non-political, non-religious robust ecosystem. Contact us to learn about how to join the Founder Circle of the soon to be launched Community FoodBank of New Jersey chapter of the Indian American Council.
Members may also get involved in any of the other ways listed below.