900 Families in Need Received Free Produce from Camden Pop-Up Farmers Market

By Cooper's Ferry Partnership, April 27, 2020

Cooper’s Ferry Partnership was honored to sponsor a free pop-up farmers market in Camden.  We partnered with NJ Farmers Against Hunger, the Camden County Freeholder Board and the City of Camden to provide free produce and milk to more than 900 families. You can also see more from 6 ABC on the event.  

Families in need receive free produce from Camden pop-up market amid COVID-19

By Annie McCormick

6ABC.  

CAMDEN, New Jersey (WPVI) -- The Freeholder Board partnered with Farmers Against Hunger, Cooper's Ferry Partnership, and the City of Camden to provide free produce to families struggling to pay for basic needs at a pop-up market Saturday in Camden, New Jersey.

The pop-up market was held at 12:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the BB&T Pavilion at South Front Street and Harbour Boulevard.

Those in attendance received 20 lbs of mixed produce and milk which was also available.

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