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Lunchbox Fund serves New York and the surrounding areas. Our food bank is located in New York, NY with a mailing address of PO Box 10 in New York, NY.
PO Box 10
New York, NY10276
Masbia Of Queens
Masbia Of Queens serves New York and the surrounding areas. Our food bank is located in Brooklyn, NY with a mailing address of PO Box 191181 in Brooklyn, NY.
PO Box 191181
Ossining Food Pantry
Ossining Food Pantry serves New York and the surrounding areas. Our food bank is located in Ossining, NY with a mailing address of PO Box 869 in Ossining, NY.
PO Box 869
West Side Campaign Against Hunger is on a mission to alleviate hunger by ensuring that all New Yorkers have access with dignity to a choice of healthy food and supportive services.
Food insecurity is pervasive in NYC, affecting people in every borough.
At WSCAH, we’ve pioneered a model that invites our customers to choose food from an array of healthy options. Fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins, and dairy.
We believe that all people, regardless of income, should have access to the same quality options available in any supermarket, for free.
Join WSCAH in the fight to end hunger with the respect our community deserves.
Main Phone: (212) 362-3662
Donations: (646) 599-4344
Volunteering: (646) 484-0371
Social Services & SNAP (Food Stamps): (212) 362-3662 ext. 126
Hours of Operation
For prompt service, arrive at least ½ hour before closing time!
86th Street Market hours
Please note our hours of operation in light of COVID-19.
Tuesday thru Friday: 9 am – 1 pm
Social Services Virtual Hours
Our department has transitioned to operate virtually.
Please email [email protected] or call 212-362-3662 ext. 126 for assistance
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Stop & Shop donates and distributes 400 Turkeys at Atlantic Terminal Shopping Area in Brooklyn to help fight food insecurity during the Thanksgiving season. Stop & Shop and Food Bank for New York City will distribute 2,000 Thanksgiving turkeys to New Yorkers in need throughout the month of November as part of Food Bank's Five Borough Turkey Tour.
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We are thrilled to welcome you back to the Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One taking place this October 14 – 17, 2021! We have been waiting for the moment when we can celebrate together again and look forward to bringing you a safe and fun NYCWFF experience this Fall.
This year, we are honored to welcome New York’s leading provider of medically tailored meals and nutrition counseling, God’s Love We Deliver, to the NYCWFF family. Together with our long-term beneficiary and New York City’s largest hunger-relief organization, Food Bank For New York City, the Festival will take an even greater emphasis on supporting New Yorkers in their time of need.
As a Festival with a history deeply rooted in the local hospitality industry, our goal has always been to serve as a platform that connects the community with the diverse and passionate culinary and spirit industry; all while raising critical funds in support of our mission. 2020 was no different. When the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, NYCWFF, alongside sister Festival SOBEWFF®, took immediate action and hosted a series of virtual cooking and cocktail master classes raising more than $2 million for affected restaurant workers.
As New York City begins to bustle again, we must all do our part to support the supremely gifted chefs, mixologists, event planners and small businesses that are the backbone of our industry and who are still in the early stages of recovery. To do this in a way that is safe and comfortable for our guests, NYCWFF has adapted many new health and safety protocols to ensure the wellbeing of our attendees, staff, participants, volunteers, talent and exhibitors, and, by extension, keep our beloved community safe.
We’d like to extend our deepest gratitude to the talent, restaurant owners, chefs, suppliers, sponsors and media partners who are the beating heart of this Festival and who have so generously supported us for the past 14 years. Without them, none of this would be possible.
Lastly, to you, our fiercely loyal NYCWFF fans: thank YOU. Thank you for the commitment and passion you have shown this Festival.
We invite you to discover our 2021 lineup featuring your favorite culinary and lifestyle personalities, a vast collection of wine and spirits and a robust lineup of live offerings certain to bring you a true NYCWFF experience. We are thrilled to come together once again to celebrate our shared love of food and wine while supporting New Yorkers in need.
Lee Brian Schrager and Team NYCWFF
As we all take the necessary precautions due to the moment we are in with COVID-19 (coronavirus) impacting people around the world, many of our neighbors are in difficult positions.
Over the past few years, I’ve asked the public to help me raise funds for efforts such as combating breast cancer, supporting children in Chicago, and bringing children joy by taking them to see Captain Marvel and Black Panther for free. Together, we have raised over a $1 million dollars for our neighbors.
This time I’m asking you to join me in supporting those around us in a dire moment for so many.
With the economic impacts of COVID-19 hitting New York City, the Food Bank for NYC anticipates “an extreme rise in demand for food in the coming weeks.” (https://www.instagram.com/p/B9pj7bFB0ZN/)
Why? Cancellations of large events, fewer people at restaurants, and school closings means that wage workers who live on hourly pay + tips are going to be having a harder time than usual making ends meet. It also means that some adults and children who rely on meals from these places may struggle with hunger. We need to make sure that the non-profits who serve our communities have the resources both to keep their volunteers and staff healthy and to provide food to meet rising demand.
Every $1 donation to the Food Bank For NYC provides 5 meals to those at risk.
We may need to socially distance ourselves to flatten the curve of infection, but we also need to reach out and support our neighbors any way we can. Luckily the internet makes that pretty easy. Donate now. Support your own local food bank. Check on your friends and family.
We are family, and family looks out for one another.
Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph)