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Resources Available to Furloughed Federal Employees

 

Please see below for a list of resources available to Federal Government employees and their families who have been affected by the government shutdown.

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The County of Bergen has a partnership with Center for Food Action to accept donations of non-perishable food, pet food, and other necessary supplies. 

Donations can be dropped off in the main lobby of One Bergen County Plaza in Hackensack, Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco

& The Board of Chosen Freeholders

 

Bergen County and Non-Profit Resources

  • 2-1-1 – Health & Human Services Information
  • Bergen County Board of Social Services – 201-368-4200.  Food stamps, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), General Assistance (GA).
  • Center for Food Action (Englewood) – 201-569-1804.  Emergency food and homelessness prevention services.  Other locations in Hackensack (201-883-9375), Saddle Brook (201-703-9857), and Mahwah (201-529-2029).  Additional site at Bergen Community College (201-447-7191).
  • NJ State Rental Assistance Program – 201-996-8990
  • Housing Authority of Bergen County – 201-336-7600
  • Northeast New Jersey Legal Services Bergen County Division – 201-487-2166
  • Social Service Association – 201-444-2980 – food, emergency rent, utility assistance, and support services to individuals and families in the Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Midland Pakr, Ho-Ho-Kus, Wyckoff, and Waldwick area.
  • Community Resource Council – Information and Referral Service for helath and human service resource information – 201-343-6543 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Available in English/Spanish, M-F 9-5.
  • Bergen County Housing Coalition – 201-488-5100 – Information and referral assistance with eviction, security deposits, rent increases, maintenance, and leases.
  • Urban League for Bergen County – 201-568-4988 – Mortgage Default/Foreclosure Counseling
  • Fair Housing Council – 201-489-3552 – Agency that works with government agencies and attorneys to ensure that fair housing laws are enforced, offering housing and financial counseling.
  • Greater Bergen Community Action – 201-968-0200 – Home energy assistance for income-qualified individuals experiencing a financial challenge to pay their energy bills and remain in their homes, housing and financial counseling.
  • Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern NJ – 201-837-9090 – Information and referral.  Food pantries in Teaneck and Fair Lawn. 
  • Bergen County United Way – 201-291-4050
  • Salvation Army – 201-342-6531
  • Emergency Homeless Prevention – 201-336-6490
  • Working Family Shelter – 201-833-8009
  • Bergen County Shelter – 201-336-6475
  • Assistance for Veterans – 1-855-483-8466

 

Other Resources

  • New Bridge Medical Center is offering free meals to furloughed federal government employees and their families affected by the shutdown, with valid federal IDs.  Temporary employment opportunities are also available to eligible workers.  Meals are available at The Bistro Café on Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 10am for breakfast and from 11am to 2pm for lunch, and the Daily Grind on Monday through Friday from 7am to 6:30pm.
  • PSE&G/Orange & Rockland:  The utility companies say those who are experiencing temporary or extended financial hardship due to the government shutdown are able to apply for the assistance through the Department of Community Affairs website, a local LIHEAP Agency, or by calling 1 (800) 510-3102. 
  • Hackensack Meridian HealthFurloughed federal employees and their covered family members can seek emergency care at Hackensack Meridian Health's 17 hospitals and its vast network of urgent care centers without incurring the cost of co-pays and deductibles.
  • Holy Name Medical Center and all partner offices- will waive deductibles and copays for furloughed employees who need emergency or urgent medical care during the shutdown.  

 

Financial Assistance

  • Ally Financial: The company announced in a Jan. 18 news release that it had expanded its assistance program to "provide aid and resources for customers affected by the partial U.S. government shutdown.” Based on individual needs, expanded benefits may include: refunds of transaction fees or of non-sufficient funds fees, CD early withdrawal penalty waivers, expedited check fee waivers, wire fee waivers, late charge waivers and payment extensions. Contact customer care at 877-247-2559, through chat or email to discuss options.
  • Bank of America: The bank's Client Assistance Program is offering personalized financial assistance and can be reached at 844-219-0690.
  • Better Mortgage: The digital mortgage lender announced in a news release that it has launched a mortgage refinance program called Shutdown Relief Emergency Refi that "allows federal employees to tap into their home equity for living expenses and delays loan payments for impacted federal government employees for up to 30 days after the end of the furlough." Learn more at www.better.com/shutdownrelief.
  • Chase: The bank announced its efforts to help its customers who are U.S. government employees on Dec. 22 and is encouraging customers to call a special care line at 888-356-0023 to discuss available hardship programs. The help also is available for customers who do business with a federal agency that is also affected, Chase said in a statement.
  • Congressional Federal Credit Union: Furloughed employees and those working without pay can apply for the “Relief Line of Credit” with an interest-free rate over 60 days.
  • Discover: Impacted federal workers who are Discover cardmembers or have a loan with Discover Bank may be eligible for assistance such as skipping a payment and having late fees and interest charges reversed if they miss a payment because of the shutdown, company officials told USA TODAY. To request assistance, call 800-347-2683.
  • FedChoice: The Federal Credit Union has several options listed in its Furlough Center at www.fedchoice.org.
  • Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund: Small grants are available for furloughed and excepted federal employees. Learn more and find other resources at www.feea.org/shutdown.
  • Homesnap: The national home search platform has launched a relief program to pay the rent or mortgage of 10 government workers or contractors in February who are not being paid during the shutdown. To participate, share what your home means to you by snapping a photo, recording a video or writing up a few words and then tagging Homesnap and using #MyHomeMeans and #ShutdownStories on social media by Jan. 31. You can also apply and learn more at www.homesnap.com/myhomemeans.
  • Marcus by Goldman Sachs: Eligible government employees impacted by the temporary government shutdown may be eligible for a payment deferral on their Marcus loan and savings customers may be eligible to have early withdrawal penalties waived. For request assistance and to discuss options, call 844-627-2876.
  • Navy Federal Credit Union: Impacted union members who have direct deposit of their government pay may be eligible for interest-free loans. Government contractors may be eligible if their direct deposit is received directly from the federal government and will be impacted by a government shutdown. 
  • Old NationalFurloughed government employees and employees of federal contractors impacted by the government shutdown can apply for a 90-day, no-fee, interest-free loan of up to $1,500, the bank announced. They also can get payment extensions, refunds of overdraft fees, waiver of monthly checking service charges and more. Call the Old National Bank Client Care Centers at 800-731-2265 or visit banking centers.
  • U.S. Bank: The bank created a new, low-rate quick loan for federal employees affected by the shutdown. It is available to customers with any U.S. Bank product, including mortgage, auto loans or U.S. Bank credit cards, the company announced. The designated federal government shutdown line is 877-760-6046.
  • U.S. Employees Credit UnionImpacted union members who have direct deposit of their government pay may be eligible for interest-free loans. According to its website, the Government Shutdown Loan is to be “repaid in 60 days or when the government processes back pay, whichever is sooner.”
  • Wells Fargo: The bank says it "will work with individuals and business banking customers whose income is disrupted as a result of the shutdown." Customers should call 1-800-TO-WELLS, or the number on their credit card, debit card or statement for assistance, or visit any Wells Fargo branch. Mortgage, loan, and credit customers may qualify for forbearance or other payment assistance programs based on their individual circumstances, the company posted on its website.
  • Unemployment benefits: According to a U.S. Office of Personnel Management fact sheet, federal employees may be eligible for "Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees," which is administered by state unemployment insurance agencies. The fact sheet notes "the law of the state in which an individual’s official duty station in Federal civilian service is located will be the state law under which an individual’s eligibility for benefits is determined."

Wireless Providers

  • AT&T: Customers affected by the shutdown are eligible for flexible payment options to keep service including cellphones, television and internet running. Make payment arrangements online at www.att.com.
  • Sprint"Our Care reps will coordinate with qualified customers and our financial team to find a payment option that works and keep your service uninterrupted during the government shutdown," Sprint said in a statement. Impacted customers should call 888-211-4727 or do an online chat at www.sprint.com.
  • T-Mobile: Short-term account assistance can be tailored to meet the needs of customers who are federal workers, T-Mobile said, noting options include payment deferral and "flexible payment options" that allow customers to spread their service payments over time." The company is also offering support to government account customers. Customers can call T-Mobile Customer Care to discuss options at 611 from a T-Mobile device or 877-746-0909 from any phone. 
  • Verizon: The company announced flexible payment options and a "Promise to Pay" program that can be set up in the My Verizon app or website. Further assistance is available by calling 866-266-1445.

 

Local Restaurants:

  • Downtown Dhaba in Westwood is offering free lunch to federal employees and their families while the shutdown continues.
  • Ice Cream by Mike in Ridgewood, where Mike Elias himself took to Instagram to announce their support with a free hot dog for every federal worker with a valid ID. Ice Cream by Mike, 305 East Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood; 201-343-4514
  • Saffron, a restaurant that serves Indian-cuisine in Wyckoff, is offering free lunch every week for all federal employees and family members. To take advantage of the lunch, all federal employees have to do is present their federal identification. 
  • Steve's Burgers in Garfield is offering free burgers and fries to government employees impacted by the government shutdown. 
  • Stone & Rail in Glen Rock in partnership with Glen Rock After the March is offering free entrees for workers with federal employee IDs, through the end of January.

 

Retailers etc:

  • Hudson Group: This deal is for TSA and customs employees. The Hudson Group, which has more than 1,000 stores in airports and transportation terminals, is offering TSA and customer workers 20 percent off food, beverages and core store products when they present their TSA or Trans border ID. This special will continue until the end of the shutdown. 
  • Notarize: The online notarization company is offering free notarizations during the government shutdown for all federal employees who sign up for an account with a .gov email address, according to a company blog post at www.notarize.com.
  • Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Government workers can get a buy-one-get-one free sandwich deal Wednesday, Jan. 23 to Sunday, Jan. 27 when they show a federal government ID. A company representative said this offer is for all locations nationwide.
  • Romano's Macaroni Grill: Through Jan. 23 or until the government shutdown ends, Macaroni Grill is offering all furloughed federal government employees a free "Mom's Ricotta Meatballs + Spaghetti" from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily with a federal ID.

 

Other local food pantries:

Bergenfield Borough Hall

Address - 198 N. Washington Avenue, Bergenfield, New Jersey

Food bank hours - Mon.-Fri. 8:30A.M.-4:00P.M.

Telephone number of the pantry is 201-384-0101. Call them for food or information on assistance programs.

 

St. John the Evangelist

Address - 29 North Washington Avenue,

The center is open - Last Monday of month 8:30A.M.-11:00A.M. and 6:00P.M.-7:00 pm

Telephone: 201-343-9150

 

Faith And Hope Food Pantry located at Christ Church

Address is 480 Warwick Ave. Teaneck, NJ 07666

Dial the location at 201-833-4502

The non-profit will have canned meats, personal hygiene items, soup, and other groceries.

 

St Joseph’s Church

115 E. Fort Lee Road, Bogota, New Jersey

Hours of Operation: Sun.-Thurs. 8 A.M.-4:30P.M.

Telephone: 201-438-3200.

Food and referrals are provided by this Bergen County church. They also serve Christmas and Thanksgiving meals in Bergen County.

 

Cliffside Park Borough Hall

Address -  525 Palisade Avenue, Cliffside Park

This location services Cliffside Park and surrounding areas (Fairview, Edgewater, Fort Lee)

Call the center at Mon.-Fri. 9:00A.M.-4:00P.M.

Telephone: 201-943-7320

 

Church of the Epiphany Food Pantry

Food pantry address - 247 Knox Avenue, Cliffside Park

Hours - Mon.-Fri. 9:00A.M.-4:00 P.M.Sat. 10:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.

Dial the food bank at 201-784-0600

 

St. Margaret Of Cortona Food Pantry

Address - 31 Chamberlain Avenue, Little Ferry, NJ 07643

Telephone number - 201-641-2988

Non-perishable food is offered.

 

Closter Borough Hall

295 Closter Dock Road, Closter, New Jersey

Telephone number: 201-568-1400

 

St. Therese/Cresskill Food Pantry

Location - 65 E. Madison Ave., Cresskill

The food bank is for Cresskill residents only

Dial for help - 201-945-6329

Clients include very low income families and the working poor. The pantry is combined with a Meals on Wheels program for senior citizens and the homebound in Bergen County.

 

Holy Rosary Church Pantry

Church address - 56 Edgewater Place, Edgewater

Food is distributed from 3rd Thurs. 11A.M.-Noon

Telephone number: 201-703-9857

 

St. Cecilia Church/Office of Concern

Address - 85 Demarest Avenue, Englewood

Hours open - Mon.-Thurs. 9:00A.M. –1:00P.M.

Call - 201-794-5327

Volunteers collect items from the region, including stores such as Wal-Mart .Income qualified applicants can be given free food, hygiene items, baby formula, and more. They also process applications for the WIC - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, or have Christmas meals and gifts for families.

 

St. John The Baptist Church Food Pantry

239 Anderson Avenue, Fairview

Food pantry hours and dates open - Every Wed. 1:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

Call for information - 201-461-7241

 

Lyndhurst Food Pantry, part of the Lyndhurst Health Department

253 Stuyvesant Avenue, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071

Telephone number - 201-804-2500

Hours of center are Mon-Thurs: 1:30-4pm

This local food pantry provides free food, groceries and toiletries to Lyndhurst residents only.

 

Friends for Life – Serves HIV/AIDS Clients only

1576 Palisade Avenue, Ft. Lee

Hours of Operation: Mon./Fri. (by appointment only), Tues./Wed./Thurs. 10:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.

Dial 973-773-2444 for information, free food, or other support.

 

Calvary Baptist Food and Clothing Pantry

419 Harrison Avenue, Garfield

Hours of Operation: Mon.-Fri. 10:00A.M.-4:00P.M

Telephone: 973-253-8557

Clothing for work and school may be distributed. Also holiday meals and gifts. Bergen County families can get shelter, bags of food, and much more. Aid is limited to available funding and donations.

 

Loaves and Fishes Interfaith Food Pantry

119 Charles St., Garfield, New Jersey

Hours - 3rd Saturday of month 10:00A.M.-Noon/or by appointment

Call - 201-646-3947

Referrals are given to churches that help the poor. Information on financial aid, a bag of groceries, transportation, and more is available.

 

Hackensack Department of Human Services

Address of main office - 215 State St. Hackensack

Hours - Mon.-Fri. 9:00A.M.-3:00P.M.

Dial - 201-342-6531

Families living in poverty can apply for SNAP food stamps, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, and USDA commodities.

 

Salvation Army – Second Reform Church

36 Union Street, Hackensack

Food and meals are provided on  Tues./Thurs. 10:00A.M.-1:00P.M.; Hot meals on Sundays only: 12:30P.M. Call for help - 201-336-6000 x6501

Many social services are run. They operate a soup kitchen, provide holiday meals, and financial aid for bills. Gift cards may also be provided for special dietary needs.

 

County of Bergen Department of Human Resources

Government office address is 1 Bergen County Plaza, 2nd floor

Dial the location at - 201-883-9375

 

Buddies of New Jersey, Inc.

149 Hudson Street, Hackensack, New Jersey

Information Needed to Qualify: Program for AIDS/HIV positive clients only

Area Served: Bergen and Passaic counties

Hours of Operation: Mon. 11:00A.M.-2:00P.M., Tues.-Thurs. 1:00P.M.-4:00P.M.

Telephone: 201-489-8402

 

On Our Own

179 Main Street, Hackensack

Hours  - Mon.-Fri. Noon-7:00P.M.; Sat.-Sun. 1:00P.M.-6:00 P.M. (on a limited basis)

Dial the pantry at - 201-968-0200

Both canned and perishable food (such as fruit, vegetables, and meat) is offered.

 

Interreligious Fellowship for the Homeless

67 Orchard St. Hackensack

Hours of Operation: Mon.-Sun. 4 P.M.-5 P.M.

Telephone: 201-288-0195

Shelter, hot meals, and information on short term transitional housing is offered.

 

Hasbrouck Heights Borough Hall

218-222 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Hts.

This pantry can help Hasbrouck Heights residents only

Location hours are Mon. 9:00A.M.-11:00A.M.

Phone number of center is 201-288-0195

 

Hillsdale Board of Health/Helping Hands, Interfaith Food Pantry

United Methodist Church 349 Hillsdale Avenue, Hillsdale

Towns and cities helped are Pascack Valley Area: Hillsdale, River Vale, Montvale, Woodcliff Lake

Hours - Mon. 5:30P.M.-6:45P.M. / 1st Sat. of month 9:00A.M.-11:00A.M.

Telephone: 201-664-0600

Bergen County families can be given help from the pantry. Boxes of groceries may have pasta, soup, coffee, dairy, and more.

 

The Rutherford Community Food Pantry, Inc.

Address of center is - 176 Park Avenue, Rutherford, NJ 07070

Telephone number - 201-933-1225

This food pantry provides assistance to Rutherford New Jersey residents.

 

Social Services of Ridgewood

6 Station Plaza, Ridgewood, New Jersey

People served - Ho-Ho-Kus, Ridgewood, Wyckoff, Waldwick, Glen Rock, Midland Park

Hours - Mon.-Fri. 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.

Telephone: 201-641-2988

In addition to the food pantry, get help in apply for public aid like food stamps, WIC, and summer meals (breakfast and lunch) for students on break.

 

St. Margaret of Cortona

31 Chamberlain Avenue, New Jersey

Little Ferry, Moonachie are the towns served by this food bank.

Hours - 1st and 3rd Wed. 10:00 A.M.-Noon

Telephone: 201-438-1147

An emergency food pantry is at the charity.

 

Sacred Heart Church

324 Ridge Road, Lyndhurst

The church passes out food from Mon.-Fri. 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.

Call 201-934-5085 for information or assistance.

 

Mahwah  Center for Food Action

281 Campgaw Road, Mahwah, New Jersey

Telephone: 201-587-7730 x212

 

Rochelle Pk/Maywood Welfare

151 W. Passaic Street, Rm. 160, Rochelle Park

The government office helps the low income in Maywood, Rochelle Park NJ.

Hours - Mon.-Fri. 10:00A.M.-4:00P.M.

Telephone: 201-262-5405 or 201-836-8961

Applications are given to government programs. They include Emergency Food Assistance Program, WIC, TANF cash grants, and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

 

Church of the Ascension Food Pantry

256 Azalea Drive, New Milford

Hours of Operation: 3rd Mon. 9-11:00A.M. / 6-8:00P.M. 3rd Tues. 9-10:00A.M.

Telephone: 201-997-0700

 

Queen of Peace Church

Church address is 14 Ridge Road, North Arlington

Only North Arlington residents are able to apply for assistance.

Hours -Sat. 9:30A.M.-10:30A.M.

Telephone number: 201-337-8111 x 215

Dozens of boxes of free, USDA approved food boxes are passed out monthly.

 

Oakland Borough Hall

Address - 1 Municipal Plaza, Oakland, NJ

Food bank hours - Mon.-Fri. 8:30A.M.-4:30 P.M. Call ahead.

Telephone: 201-242-0018

 

Paramus Department  of Human Services

Location - 93 North Farview Ave, Paramus

Free food is passed out on Mon.-Fri. Call between 9:00A.M.-4:00 P.M.

Dial - 201-573-9083

 

Pascack Food Center

65 Pascack Road, Park Ridge

This food center provides food, groceries, and assistance to Pascack Valley Area, which includes Emerson, Hillsdale, Montvale, Park Ridge, Westwood, & others in Bergen County NJ.

Hours of Operation: Tues./Thurs. 9-11:00A.M. (new clients who are asking for food need to call first)

Telephone: 201-943-7172

 

Ridgefield Welfare

Address - 585 Edison Street, Ridgefield

The regions of Leonia, Little Ferry, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, and Palisades Park are served help.

Hours - Mon.-Fri. 9:00A.M.-12:30 P.M.

Telephone: 201-641-6464

 

St. Francis Food for Friends

Address of food distribution - 114 Mt. Vernon Street, Ridgefield Pk., New Jersey

Telephone: 201-444-2980

Items available in Bergen County include fruit, Senior Brown Bag, Thanksgiving food baskets, and home delivery for the disabled and elderly.

 

Social Services of Ridgewood

6 Station Plaza, Ridgewood

Bergen County New Jersey cities and towns served are. Ridgewood, Wyckoff, Ho-Ho-Kus, Midland Park, Waldwick, Glen Rock

Food bank - Hours - Mon.-Fri. 10:00A.M.-3:00 P.M.

Telephone number - 201-933-1225

They also help feed children from low income families during the summer months.

 

Rutherford Community Food Pantry

Location - 176 Park Avenue, Rutherford

Hours - Mon./Thurs. 2-4:00P.M., Wed. 5-7:00 P.M.

Dial - 201-833-4502/4503

 

Faith and Hope

480 Warwick Ave. Teaneck, New Jersey

Hours - 2nd and 4th Sat. from 9-11:00A.M.

Phone number is 201-666-1100

 

St. Andrew’s Church

141 Washington Ave, Westwood, New Jersey

Residents of Westwood and adjoining towns can call pantry for free food.

Hours -Thurs. 7:30 P.M.

Phone number - 201-891-7494

 

St. Joseph Food Pantry

Address - 115 East Fort Lee Road, Bogota, NJ 07603

Telephone number - 201-342-6300

Food Pantry Hours: Office - Mon-Fri: 8:30 am-4pm

 

Church of the Epiphany

247 Knox Avenue, Church Rectory, Cliffside Park, New Jersey 07010

Dial for help - 201-943-7320

 

Holy Rosary Church Pantry

Address - 26 Edgewater Place, Edgewater, NJ 07020

Telephone number- 201-945-6329

Case management and referrals are provided along with healthy food. There may also be meats, baby formula, and referrals to local clinics.

 

Fair Lawn Food Pantry

8-01 Fair Lawn Avenue, Room 109

Telephone number of the pantry is - 201-794-5333

Hours are M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm.

The Boroughs of Fair Lawn and Glen Rock have joined together to assist our neighbors who are affected by the federal shutdown and furloughs. Residents who need help will be assisted confidentially and in a manner that they are most comfortable with.

 

Good Shepherd Inc. – Friends for Life -

1576 Palisade Avenue Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Phone number - 201-461-7241

Hours of the food bank are Mon-Fri: 9am-4:30pm

Pantry: Wed & Thurs: 10am-3pm

Offers meals, lunches, dinners, food, and groceries.  Personal care items provided too.

 

Loaves And Fishes Interfaith Food Pantry

Address - 66 Palisade Avenue, Garfield, NJ 07026

Telephone number is 973-253-8557

Limited hours, and they are only. 3rd Sat of month: 10am-12pm

This particular site provides families and individuals with a free food pantry supported by a Christian Volunteer Organization working toward easing the hunger problem in Garfield. Items provided include free food, hygiene items, cleaning products, and much more.

 

Family Promise Of Bergen County - Provides help and support to working homeless families that have children.

Address - 100 Dayton Street, Ridgewood New Jersey 07450

Telephone number: 201-833-8009

 

Buddies Of New Jersey, Inc.

Food bank location is 149 Hudson Street, Hackensack, New Jersey 07601

Telephone number - 201-489-2900

Hours of pantry are Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm

Among other things, this Bergen County New Jersey pantry provides access to a free food pantry, support groups, counseling, transportation, information on government programs such as food stamps, and an evening help line.

 

Church Of The Ascension Food Pantry

Address of the pantry is - S256 Azalea Drive New Milford, NJ 07646

Telephone number: 201-262-5405 or 201-836-8961

 

St. Michaels Food Pantry

Food pantry address is - 19 East Central Boulevard, Palisade Park, New Jersey 07650

Telephone number - 201-944-1061

The charity provides food, meals, and other household items.

 

St. Francis Food For Friends

Location of the center is - 114 Mount Vernon Street, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

Telephone number - 201-641-6464

A food pantry is run at the location.

 

Ponds Reformed Church

341 Ramapo Valley Rd.

The number is 201-337-6744, and the free pantry is open Monday - Friday, 9AM - 2 PM.

 

Jewish Family Services of Bergen County

Address is 1485 Teaneck Rd

Teaneck, NJ 07666

Phone - (201) 837-9090

There is emergency food and financial help, information on scholarship programs and more. They also help immigrants, Spanish speakers, and refugees.

 

Englewood Salvation Army

380 S. VanBrunt St

Englewood, New Jersey 07631

(201) 503-9400

The non-profit helps the vulnerable. Single moms can request a meal or box of infant formula, there are Christmas food baskets and Angel Tree gift program, and thrift store, and other aid.

 

Information resources for Federal Employees: