Need Help?

The Foodbank Network is here to help families in need.  Our services are available without referrals from other social agencies or providers.  We ask new clients to provide a home address and identification for proof of residency only.  

Pantries and Warehouses

Main Pantry and Warehouse 


Bound Brook 


North Plainfield 

 9E Easy Street 

Bound Brook, NJ 08807 

(off Chimney Rock Road) 

Middlebrook Crossroads Industrial Park 

Bound Brook Presbyterian Church

409 Mountain Blvd.

Shiloh Pentatcostal Church

139 Davenport St.

Vermuele Center

614 Greenbrook Road



Tel: (732) 560-1813 
9:00AM - 2:30PM
Monday through Friday



10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Every Saturday


10:00 AM - 11:30AM
Every Saturday


10:00 AM - 12 noon
Last 2 Saturdays of each month


Aid for Friends

The Food Bank Network is aware of the needs within our community of elderly shut-ins. For these folks, our Aid for Friends program was originated. Church groups and individuals prepare frozen meals at home, which are then delivered by volunteers on weekends to those who would not otherwise have a hot, nourishing meal.

Perscriptions Needed

A new program where individuals without prescriptive medication insurance may qualify (agency referral needed) to receive emergency assistance until other assistance can be provided.

Emergency Fund

On occasion, we are asked to network with other social service agencies to assist with helping families in preventing eviction and utility shutoff notices.

Back to School

We coordinate with the United Way "Stuff the Bus" program each August and September to provide school supplies for qualifying high school students. Additionally, we supplement schools where supplies run low.

Personal Products

Basic hygiene products are supplied through the warehouse, food pantries and the Working Wardrobe program and to individuals needing assistance.

Pediatric Dental

In 2003, the Food Bank Network of Somerset County created the Pediatric Dental Program to assist low-income uninsured children throughout Somerset County. Click here for more information.