In addition to the nutrition education information the Children’s Home Society (CHS) of NJ Mercer Woman, Infants and Children Program (WIC) offers their participants, FCHS has provided supplemental nutrition information for parents through three separate programs. First, FCHS offered 30-minute in-person nutrition classes, in English and Spanish, for WIC participants on-site. WIC nutritionists worked collaboratively with the FCHS team to ensure that participants were scheduled to attend the in-person classes during their scheduled WIC appointments. Second, FCHS offered virtual cooking classes for families, and provided them with the ingredients to cook with a nutrition educator over Zoom from their own kitchens. Third, FCHS conducted sign-ups in the WIC waiting room for their “Text to Live Healthy” free healthy-living texting program, where participants signed up to receive two health promotion messages a week. The response from WIC participants was extremely positive. Therefore, FCHS and WIC will continue to work in partnership to help empower WIC participants to eat healthier and be more physically active, which we hope results in building healthier families.