Nonprofits for Food

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Synopses There are a number of recent and projected developments for non-profit agencies located within the state of New Jersey. The vast majority of these revolve around organizations either looking for or moving into new facilities to assist in their conducting of various altruistic endeavors. Of those that have already procured a new location, one of the most spacious is the new digs for the southern branch of the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, which has begun the first fledgling steps of construction for its 29,000 square foot facility in Egg Harbor Township, close to the Garden State Parkway. The increased space will include room for a loading dock as well as for the ready operation of forklifts and additional freezer space. While the non-profit will look to move in during the summer, the HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers is moving into its new location in Galloway Township (at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey) this month. The organization has a number of initiatives to spur the propagation of designated drivers, including registration efforts throughout professional football and baseball teams. Lastly, the South Jersey AIDS Alliance has procured new space on 7th Street in Camden, where it will attempt to increase fundraising efforts for those battling HIV and AIDS. A number of other non-profits have plans to move but have yet to find adequate locations. Atlantic City's Arc, for example, hopes to open three new group homes by year's end, while
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