The NJAND Alliance Partnership is designed to establish and maintain alliances/partnerships with non-profit organizations/institutions that support the NJAND mission, vision, and strategic plan. This partnership is mutually beneficial to both organizations. Some of these benefits are outlined below:
NJAND will identify and promote alliance partner on website, newsletter, and social media outlets
Professionals from both associations that have mutual interest and expertise will gain opportunity to connect and network
Opportunities for sharing and cross promotion of materials, conferences, workshops
No exchange of funding will occur between both organizations
Opportunities to collaborate on projects, research, and conferences
To view the Alliance Partnership Agreement and what it entails, click here. Please note, there is no exchange of money that takes place between the NJAND and the Alliance Partner.
The Food Bank of South Jersey provides food to people in need, delivers health and wellness programs, and designs sustainable solutions to help people improve their lives. They operate on one simple premise: food should not be wasted when hungry people are in our midst. From this truth, they have built an effective food distribution program that annually links nearly 12 million pounds of food with more than 150 charitable food providers, such as food pantries, community kitchens and shelters in the four counties served: Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, and Salem.
The new jersey public health association
Founded in 1875, the New Jersey Public Health Association is the oldest public health organization in the U.S. Its mission is to strengthen, advocate and advance public health in New Jersey.
The New Jersey School Nutrition Association
New Jersey School Nutrition Association supports all professionals working in the field of school nutrition. Their purpose is to promote the optimal health, nutrition and education of all children, by supporting nonprofit child nutrition and school community nutrition programs that are nutritionally adequate, educationally sound, and financially accountable.
CUMAC's mission is to feed people and change lives. It works to alleviate hunger and its root causes in Paterson, Passaic County and northern New Jersey. CUMAC's Pantry and Mobile Pantry feed over 65,000 people annually who would otherwise go hungry. The Depot supports 40+ agencies working to address hunger in underserved communities across the county. The Community Food Coalition fosters collaboration among 20 food pantries for a stronger collective impact alleviating hunger. Meanwhile the Community Closet offers relief to victims of disasters; Pathways to Work imparts job skills to dozens of individuals; and Place of Promise is a housing programs designed to help chronically homeless individuals move toward self sufficiency. All of CUMAC’s programs work ceaselessly to empower our clients and community with the tools and resources needed to overcome hunger and poverty and ultimately thrive.
american association of diabetes educators - new jersey
AADE is a multi-disciplinary professional membership organization dedicated to improving diabetes care through innovative education, management, and support. With more than 14,000 professional members including nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, exercise specialists, and others, AADE has a vast network of practitioners working with people who have, are affected by, or are at risk for diabetes.