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Finding from the Food Bank For New York City's First Scientific Study That Provides Trend Analysis on Hunger in the City - "Hunger Safety Net 2007: A Food Poverty Focus
NYC Hunger Safety Net 2007: A Food Poverty Focus — the second report in the NYC Hunger Safety Net series designed to track trends in hunger and create research-based solutions to hunger and poverty throughout New York City — is the first scientifically-based analysis of hunger trends in the five boroughs. Report findings will be released on Thursday, October 18th at 10 a.m., at the Food Bank For New York City's 16th Annual Agency Conference at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, 6th Floor, Times Square, West 46th Street & Broadway.
Press Conference Presenters:
Dr. Lucy Cabrera, President and CEO, Food Bank For New York City
Áine Duggan, VP of Government Relations, Policy & Research
WHAT: Release of NYC Hunger Safety Net 2007: A Food Poverty Focus
The first scientific study that provides trend analysis on hunger in the city
WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 2007
10 a.m.–10:45 a.m. Press Briefing to Announce Key Findings
WHERE: Food Bank For New York City, 16th Annual Agency Conference
Marriott Marquis Hotel, 6th Floor
Times Square (W. 46th Street & Broadway)
Note: Copies of NYC Hunger Safety Net 2007 will be available to media following the press briefing.
Use our new Food Poverty Maps tool to view selected NYC Hunger Safety Net 2007 findings overlaid on a New York City map, viewable from city to street level.