NJ Public Interest Research Group (NJ PIRG) 417
NJ PIRG is a student run, student funded organization that works to solve problems such as hunger and homelessness and outrageous textbook prices.
The Alpha Zeta fraternity's mission is "to give, not to receive; to serve, not ourselves only, but the agricultural body, the whole cause of higher education, and in every way possible all people engaged in the profession of agriculture."
FeelGood is a non-profit youth movement working to end global hunger by 2030. This group currently has chapters on 23 college campuses across the U.S. and two certified partner organizations active throughout Asia, Africa, and Latin America. On each campus, FeelGood students engage in a multi-faceted training program, gaining the knowledge and skills to run a successful social enterprise—a grilled cheese deli—to raise money and build public support for a systemic approach to hunger eradication.
Oxfam Rutgers is a university chapter of Oxfam America and Oxfam International. This group is dedicated to helping spread awareness about hunger, poverty, and injustices that occurs all over the world. Oxfam Rutgers will also engage the Rutgers community in fundraising and volunteer activities, helping to create long-term solutions for global poverty and injustices related to poverty, including but not limited to, health and education, as well as crisis relief to poverty stricken nations around the world.
Student Organized Rutgers Against Hunger
Through raising awareness of hunger in New Brunswick, New Jersey, this group focuses on coordinating food drives and hosting fundraising events.