CHERRY HILL, N.J. (WPVI) --A community agency in South Jersey that helps families in need, just got even stronger.
The Cherry Hill Food Pantry is now in a bigger space.
Once housed in a 900 square foot building, it's new residence is on Brace Road and is more than four thousand square feet.
Under the new set up families can actually shop for themselves and select the food they are in need of.
The food pantry currently serves 850 families. Mayor Chuck Khan was on hand for the ceremony Monday.