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Looking to support the Community Food Program?

You can help support the NDS Community Food Program by organizing a food drive at your school, church, or other organization; making a charitable donation; or purchasing one of our available memory & celebration cards.

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The Community Food Program is the modern day miracle of the loaves and fishes as schools, parishes, and individuals give what they can to make a difference and together both the giver and receiver are nourished.Learn More
In this time of high unemployment rates and a struggling economy, we are seeing more and more families, adults, senior citizens, and children in need of our services.Learn More
  • Organize a food drive.
  • Volunteer to help at a food cupboard.
  • Donate to the Community Food Program.
  • Organize a Walk team for the Walk Against Hunger.Learn More

Recent News

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Remembering Sister Marita Jean McCormick, IHM


The Community Food Program celebrates the life of Sister Jean, who passed away on September 30th.  Sister Jean was a dear friend of many of us who worked with her.  She was the founder […]

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive 2023

As the school year begins, the Community Food Program is looking forward to visiting many schools and picking up Peanut Butter & Jelly collections.   We are so grateful for all the schools that participate […]


When I am looking for a simple service project to do with a group of high school or college students, I’m always grateful knowing that NDS will make sure our snack bags get into the hands of children who need an encouraging word along with a bit of after-school protein.  It helps us raise awareness about kids in need so close to home.  And the NDS pickup policy is a life-saver!  Thanks for helping us to help you feed the hungry!
Christine Eberle, Gwynedd-Mercy College
The Saint Monica Eldercare Program serves frail homebound individuals in South Philadelphia.  Many are of limited financial means.  Our program provides care partners to the homebound; the care partners can do laundry and linen changes, shopping and errands.  Nutritional Development Services provides supermarket gift cards to the Eldercare Program, which allows care partners to purchase items that our elderly individuals would not otherwise be able to afford.  We have purchased fresh produce, nutritional supplements, and on special occasions, a special treat or two from the bakery.  The continued support that NDS provides helps us to continue to enhance the quality of life of those whom we serve.  We are grateful for this support.
Bonney Dahlgren DosSantos, Saint Monica Eldercare Program