March 2, 2022

Princeton Mobile Food Pantry Thanks Volunteers, Supporters

To the Editor:

Princeton Mobile Food Pantry (PMFP) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides food and other support to the under-resourced members of the Princeton community. Our focus is to support families with children in the Princeton Public Schools. PMFP currently serves over 180 families (more than 900 individuals) by providing food delivery twice per month.

The need in our community continues to grow. There are many opportunities to help at the Princeton Mobile Food Pantry. Our volunteers pack grocery bags filled with fresh produce and proteins and deliver the groceries directly to our neighbors twice a month. In addition, PMFP has opportunities for volunteers to organize neighborhood drives to help supplement the pantry; school-led drives for hygiene products, back to school items, and summer gear; and partnerships with local businesses to donate goods and/or services. If you are part of a business or organization that can help, or if you are interested in donating or volunteering and becoming a part of our village, please visit

PMFP wishes to thank the community of volunteers who have worked tirelessly through the pandemic to support our neighbors. PMFP is proud to be part of a network of community members, local businesses, farmers, grocers, neighbors, fellow nonprofits, municipal leaders, and schools. This amazing village of volunteers, donors and partners continues to help PMFP to grow our support network.

A special thank you to the following organizations for support during 2021-2022: Bagel Nook, Burn Boot Camp, Casa Aziz, Cornerstone, Custom Ink, Girl Scout Troop No. 71641, Greenhouse Graphics, The Hun School, I Support the Girls, Jammin Crepes, Jewish Center of Princeton, Marathi Vishwa (MV) Club 55, Marlee Enterprises, McCaffrey’s, Mercer Street Friends, Nick Hilton, Pace Center for Civic Engagement at Princeton University, The Period Project, Princeton Charter School, PHS Band, PMS Do Something Club, PMS Technology Entrepreneurship Class, PREA, Princeton Mutual Aid, Princeton Public Schools, Robert and Henry Landau, and Thomas VanWart and Trevor Thornton of T&T Farms.

Princeton Mobile Food Pantry