Volunteers help out at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey to support disaster survivors

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Hillside, N.J., Nov. 5, 2011 -- Angela Gonzalez (left) and Zhicheng Wang (center), volunteers from Kean University, sort and pack donated food at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. The Food Bank is a state member of Feeding America, a national organization that is a member of the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD). A non-profit organization that serves 18 of the 21 counties in New Jersey, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey distributes food to non-profit organizations in New Jersey (e.g. the Salvation Army of New Jersey) to provide food to people in need on a regular basis. During times of disaster, the Food Bank of New Jersey coordinates its activities through FEMA's Voluntary Agency Liaison (VAL) to provide assistance to disaster survivors. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA.
Hillside, N.J., Nov. 5, 2011 -- Angela Gonzalez (left) and Zhicheng Wang (center), volunteers from Kean University, sort and pack donated food at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. The Food Bank is a state member of Feeding America, a national organization that is a member of the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD). A non-profit organization that serves 18 of the 21 counties in New Jersey, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey distributes food to non-profit organizations in New Jersey (e.g. the Salvation Army of New Jersey) to provide food to people in need on a regular basis. During times of disaster, the Food Bank of New Jersey coordinates its activities through FEMA's Voluntary Agency Liaison (VAL) to provide assistance to disaster survivors. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA. - Location: Hillside, NJ
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