CCM Food Pantry

A Partnership Between
County College of Morris and the
Interfaith Food Pantry Network
of Morris County

Are you lacking the food you need to stay energized and healthy? Do you ever worry your food will run out before you will have enough money to buy more? Have you bought food that didn’t last until you had money to buy more? Help is now available here on campus through a partnership between CCM and the Interfaith Food Pantry Network (IFPN) of Morris County.

IFPN will be delivering food on a regular basis for CCM students and employees experiencing food insecurity. The service is completely free and strictly confidential. Best of all, you can select what food you want and need through the IFPN’s online shopping list. The IFPN offers canned and boxed goods, along with fresh produce, dairy products and baby food.

To get started, fill out the online application at where you can also note what days and times work best for you to pick up your food. Then go to the shopping list at and make your selections. The food will be packed into bags and delivered to the pickup area near the loading dock for the Student Community Center (SCC). The loading dock is located to the right of the SCC entrance from Parking Lot 6.

CCM is honored to be partnering with IFPN to support the college community’s basic needs and to assist students in their ability to succeed and reach for their dreams.

Please note that IFPN uses reusable bags. You will be provided with a first set when you receive your first food delivery. Those bags will need to be returned when you receive your next delivery and a second set of bags. Every time you pick up a delivery, you will need to return the last set of bags.