Star Fish, Inc. is a tax exempt, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in Plainfield, NJ 
Your donations are tax deductible as permitted by the IRS Code.

PARTNER AGENCIES

If you are a resident of Plainfield and are in need of food assistance, please contact one of our Partner Agencies listed below. We do not distribute food directly to clients.

Plainfield Action Services
510 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield
908-753-3519 

Neighborhood Health Center
1700 Myrtle Avenue, Plainfield
908-753-6401

Plainfield Family Success Center
209 Berckman Street, Plainfield
908-731-4272

Neighbors in Action
910 Leland Avenue, Plainfield
908-917-7403

Hyacinth Aids Foundation
107 Park Avenue, Plainfield
908-755-0021 


Union County Social Services
200 W. Second Street at Park Avenue
908-791-7000 

NJ Department of Children and Families (DYFS)
200 West Second Street, 4th Floor
908-754-0952

CenterStone Community Wellness
117 Roosevelt Avenue, Plainfield
908-156-6870

Head Start Day Care
110-128 West Front Street, Plainfield
908-769-1090

SUPPORTING PARTNERS

Here are some of our supporting partners who help us meet our mission... 

Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence supports our food pantry with a very needed delivery of pantry items every Thanksgiving weekend. Their valuable donations replenish supplies that have left our shelves nearly bare. We are most grateful to the members of the church for their loyal and unfailing generosity. 

St. Andrews Episcopal Church in New Providence is another generous supplier of food for our Pantry, including frozen turkeys for our Thanksgiving Dinner Program.

U.S. Postal Service also supports our food pantry with needed pantry items after their annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive in May. This is particularly timely, bringing in food as the pantry supplies from Thanksgiving season begin to dwindle. 

Rotary Club of Plainfield-North Plainfield supports our holiday dinner program and helps provide needed pantry items throughout the year. The Rotarians also grow fresh vegetables in the summer and donate them to Star Fish. 

The Giving Garden at the Wagner Farm Arboretum provides us with hundreds of pounds of fresh vegetables and fruit from summer through fall every year. 

The Community Food Bank of NJ in Hillside provides us with many of the foodstuffs we need at a reduced cost, resulting in savings that helps us stretch our limited budget. 

The Plainfield Public Library accepted "food for fines" during a designated period in 2013 and donated that food to our food pantry.  

St. Helen's Church in Westfield and VIP Honda in North Plainfield have generously donated new toys at Christmas. Their generosity helped assure that every child receives an age-appropriate toy.

College Achieve Charter School in Plainfield and North Plainfield became a contributor in 2016 with donations at Thanksgiving time.

If you have any questions, please use our Contact Us page