Zallie Family Markets 50th
Anniversary Grants

In honor of Zallie Family Markets’ 50th Anniversary, we provided grants totaling $200,000 to local organizations whose missions include food insecurity, nutrition insecurity, and nutrition education. Twelve organizations were chosen after an extensive grant submission process with many grant applicants.

The Unforgotten Haven

The Unforgotten Haven received $15,800 to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables which will be distributed at their new Blessing Lot.

Migrant Health Collaborative

The Migrant Health Collaborative of South Jersey received $6,700 and will use the funds to provide medical supplies and nutritious food to the migrants who work in the South Jersey area.

Small Things Philly

Small Things Philly received $25,000 so that they can finish renovating a 103-year old property in North Philadelphia which will soon house a FREE grocery market for those in need.

South Jersey Dream Center

South Jersey Dream Center received $15,000 to purchase commercial glass-door refrigerators and freezers to help them to offer more perishable items to their clients.

Community Care Food & Clothing Pantry

Community Care Food & Clothing Pantry received $15,000 to expand their pantry at the Sicklerville location and to purchase equipment to assist the seniors at Barrington Mews.

Christian Caring Center

Christian Caring Center received $15,000 to purchase refrigerators to enable them to provide more fresh fruits and vegetables to their clients.

Glassboro Child Development Center

Glassboro Child Development Center received $25,000 and will be using the funds to purchase 2 nutrition education carts.

Rowan University

Rowan University Foundation received $10,000 and will use the grant funds to assist their students in need, especially those who have special dietary specifications.

For the Love of Pete's Pantry

For The Love of Pete’s Pantry received $25,000 to purchase a much-needed cargo van to use for their Treats on the Streets program where they deliver food, clothing, and other necessities to the unhoused in Philadelphia.

Cooper University Healthcare

Cooper University Healthcare received $25,000 to fund initiatives including nutrition education and improving food access.

Camden County College

Camden County Community College received $10,000 to support their students who are food insecure.

Wholesome Riches

Wholesome Riches received $12,500 to support the operation of a food distribution site at a Camden school through their Food Distribution Compassion Project.

Our Vision

The Zallie Community Foundation increases access to nutritious food for the food insecure, fosters health and wellness, and nurtures communities in South Jersey and the surrounding area.

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