Address:8911 Lefferts BlvdRichmond Hill, NY 11418Map & Directions
Services: Their mission is to feed and empower those they serve to move beyond the line of poverty by encompassing both food and non-food needs of people living near or below the poverty level through programs and advocacy that help meet those needs in a safe and supportive environment. To this end, they support and affirm all people regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. FEED EVERYONE PROGRAMS
Feed Everyone programs are designed to support good nutrition and improve quality of life by reducing the effects of hunger and support people physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually who are severely challenged by their circumstances.
ON SITE PANTRY SERVICES:
Provides weekly emergency on-site pantry bags along with nutritional sandwiches, snacks, clothing, personal care items, referrals for food stamp qualification, emergency housing, and substance/physical abuse services.
ETO intake and social service referrals
Richmond Hill, Queens
weekly food distribution
Address:40 Marcus BlvdHauppauge, NY 11788Map & Directions
Services: To end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island. Island Harvest was created in 1992 by one woman with a cooler, a station wagon, and a strong desire to help people in need. Linda Breitstone, their founder, was infuriated that food from a local convenience store was being thrown away at the end of the day – with a soup kitchen down the street. In response, she established Island Harvest and their mission, “to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island.” Their staff and volunteers collect surplus food - perfectly good food that would otherwise go to waste - from hundreds of supermarkets, delis, caterers, hotels, wholesalers, and distributors. Then, they deliver it, free of charge, to a network of 570 soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, and other places where those who need it can get it, all across Long Island.
Since their inception in 1992, Island Harvest has delivered 55 million pounds of food, supplementing more than 42 million meals.
In support of their mission to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island, they are actively involved in educational and hunger awareness programs to inform the public about the insidious but often unrecognized problem of hunger here, in one of the wealthiest regions of the country, and how individuals, businesses, and schools can make a difference.
Address:352 Classon Ave #358Brooklyn, NY 11238Map & Directions
Services: Their mission is to provide a wide range of programs and services to empower individuals, families, women and youth by helping them to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for successful living in today?s society. Childcare Resource and Referral
Childcare Provider Training
Emergency Food Pantry
Head Start Program
Enhanced Teen Program
Address:806 Eastern PkwyBrooklyn, NY 11213Map & Directions
Services: Colel Chabad helps those who are too old or disabled to fend for themselves as well as individuals and families in crisis such as widows and orphans, new immigrants in transition and impoverished young couples seeking to establish a basic household Colel Chabad currently maintains seventeen spotless soup kitchens in Israel and two in the former Soviet Union; providing over 3,000 hot, nourishing meals daily. They maintain two elegant wedding halls for poor young couples, children of indigent widows for who the financial challenge of getting married is insurmountable. They provide interest-free loan programs for new immigrants to begin a small business, poor brides requiring help with furnishings and widows with legitimate near-term needs. Colel Chabad alleviates the plight of young widows and orphans, many victims of terrorism in Israel. They distribute over $1 million in vouchers before the Jewish holidays to enable poor families to shop for necessities at regular stores in dignity. In the former Soviet Union, Colel Chabad provides senior clubs, hot lunches, educational programs and social gatherings to ease the loneliness and discomfort of the elderly in addition to programs for children and teens i.e. social clubs, summer camps, celebrations, leadership programs, a network of Jewish schools, and leadership programs.
Address:160 W 120th StNew York, NY 10027Map & Directions
Services: They help the homeless, jobless, drug/alcohol free who want to build a new life while still being concerned for those still on the streets. They provide housing and a full year of community living to transform residents to be able to return to outside work and independent housing. They operate Emmaus House-Harlem at 160 W. 120th Street, Harlem, NY. Their building has room for fourteen men and women who make a year-long commitment to live by the house guidelines.
Address:260 W 36th St #504New York, NY 10018Map & Directions
Services: Links New Yorkers with local food resources including food stamps, food buying clubs, farmers markets, school meals, summer food sites, food pantries, soup kitchens.
Address:50 Broad St #1103New York, NY 10004Map & Directions
Services: Provides referrals for individuals and families to local food pantries and soup kitchens.
Documents To Bring: None.
Address:248 E Putnam AveGreenwich, CT 06830Map & Directions
Services: Food Donation Programs, Food Pantries
Hours: M-F: 8:30am-12:30pm; Th: 3:30-5:30pm
Eligibility: Resident of Greenwich; Emergency food for Stamford and Port Chester, NY residents
Address:198 Selleck StStamford, CT 06902Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantries
Hours: M-F: 10am-3pm
Eligibility: Must be one of the following:
Address:174 Richmond Hill AveStamford, CT 06902Map & Directions
Hours: M-Sat: 10am-6pm; Sun: 10am-2pm
Eligibility: Resident of Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan