Because Hunger Doesn’t Take a Holiday … Post-Thanksgiving meals: The hardest time for New Yorkers in need to find a meal is the day AFTER Thanksgiving when many soup kitchens Continue Reading →
With the tax-filing deadline on the horizon, Food Bank For New York City opened tax assistance sites across the five boroughs to provide low-income New Yorkers with free, full-service tax Continue Reading →
On Thursday, October 26th, local seniors will join Food Bank For New York City at its Community Kitchen & Pantry in Harlem to celebrate the Senior Center’s fifth anniversary, with Continue Reading →
Mayor de Blasio today announced New York City’s Green New Deal, a bold and audacious plan to attack global warming on all fronts.
Today, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs released its second Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City.”
Today, Food Bank For New York City put out a new report on the state of the emergency food network in New York City and the impact of the shutdown Continue Reading →
JCC Harlem, Repair the World NYC, and UJA Federation Time for Good host over 200 volunteers who are assembling shelf stable food packets for the Community Kitchen & Food Pantry Continue Reading →
Today, Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Bitta Mostofi joined City agency and community partners—including Lutheran Social Services of New York—to announce $350,000 in funding from the City and Robin Hood for “Know Continue Reading →
Food Bank For New York City (Food Bank) today released an analysis of the state of hunger in NYC based on feedback directly from the soup kitchens and food pantries Continue Reading →
By Lil Nickelson Some people try to forget the hard times they experience in life; not New York Jets offensive tackle 29-years old Kelvin Beachum.