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BANK ON IT: Food Bank For New York City's Blog


Kate Hindin, This Is Your Life

by Daniel Buckley

If you read this blog regularly, you already know who Kate Hindin is. But for those of you who don’t: After working as the Food Bank For New York City’s Business Partnerships Manager for the past year and a half — over which time she was an active contributor to Bank on It — Kate Hindin has moved back home to California.

Kate’s dedication to building partnerships that have helped to fight hunger in New York City has come through clearly in her blog posts. So, illustrating the importance of these partnerships and giving examples of some of the ways that you or the place where you work can help make a difference, here is a selection of her posts — and, Kate Hindin, this is your life:

Sweet Charity – parts 1 & 2

A two-part interview with one of the Food Bank’s favorite bakeries: Ivy Bakery in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

An Alternative Spring Break

From among an onslaught of teens, tweens and families visiting New York City over spring break, a group of high school students from Erie, PA use their time off to help New Yorkers in need at our Community Kitchen

Bring on the Bake Sales

A Food Bank partner holds a bake-sale contest to benefit the Food Bank — and invites Kate Hindin to sample the entries as a judge.

Nathan’s Famous on the Fourth of July

The world’s most well-known competitive eating contest — featuring The Frankster, a dancing Uncle Sam and a lot of hot dogs — benefits the Food Bank.

 

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