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Find information on Hamilton Township's Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center or contact the Bromley Center at 609-587-8100.
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Yes, the hall is available for rental. The following usage donations apply:
For more information, contact the Bromley Center at 609-587-8100.
The address of the Bromley Center is:1801 E State StreetHamilton, NJ 08609
This program is designed to distribute free federally funded and privately donated food to eligible needy persons in the Hamilton Township area.
The Food Pantry operates Tuesdays and Thursdays only from 9:30 to 11:30 am and 2:30 to 3:30 pm.
You must register to be eligible. Register at any time at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center located at:1801 East State StreetHamilton, NJ 08609
Or, access a registration form (PDF). You can call the Bromley center for further information at 609-587-8100.
There is also a food pantry program at the John O. Wilson Hamilton Neighborhood Service Center located at:169 Wilfred AvenueHamilton, NJ 08610
For more information, contact the Wilson center at 609-393-6480.
St. Raphael's Food Pantry is located at:151 Gropp AvenueHamilton, NJ 08610
Based on income eligibility. Please call the Pantry for more information.
The Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center is a Hamilton Township facility designed and dedicated to providing services and programs that will enrich the lives of our citizens. Located in a newly renovated firehouse adjacent to the border of the City of Trenton, the center has developed and/or continues the planning of programs and activities that are essential services to low- and moderate-income residents of the township. Services and programs include the following:
Federal, state and county agencies are targeted as resources for program implementation. Hopefully, grant acquisitions will provide additional support. In addition, we are seeking to establish working partnerships with area businesses and community groups in support for these initiatives.
To contact the Bromley Center, call 609-587-8100.