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Awareness Raising 25th Anniversary
Can-Do Awards Dinner CANS Film Festival Food Stamps
Jamal Crawford Birthday Bash The Lunchbox Auction
NYC Bank-to-Bank Partnership NYC Goes Orange
Time Out For Hunger Virtual Turkey Drive We Do
Don't Make Me Beg Ad Campaign
||If I close my eyes, hunger will go away...
Wishful thinking can't end hunger. Mario Batali, Stanley Tucci, Gwyneth Paltrow, Michael Stipe, Patti Smith, Mike Mills, Jill Hennessy and Kimberley Locke show that wishful thinking can't end hunger in the Food Bank's public service announcement (PSA), "If I Close My Eyes." This PSA was created and produced by Stefan Forbes, of InterPositive Media.
||How many people are we talking about here?
Mario Batali, Stanley Tucci, Gwyneth Paltrow, Michael Stipe, Jill Hennessy, Kimberley Locke, Blythe Danner, New York Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin and MTV Networks Chairman and CEO Judy McGrath ask how many people need food assistance in New York City in the Food Bank's new public service announcement (PSA), "How Many?". This PSA was created and produced by Stefan Forbes, of InterPositive Media.
All it takes is a click.
"What's Your Excuse?" That's what Stanley Tucci, Jimmy Fallon, Helena Christensen, Thom Filicia and Fab 5 Freddy want to know in the Food Bank's new public service announcement (PSA). This PSA was created and produced by Stefan Forbes, of InterPositive Media.
||In America today there's a widening divide between rich and poor. Poverty causes hunger...hunger causes poverty. Can we break this cycle?
Watch the Food Bank's "Widening Divide" public service announcement featuring The Edge, Charlize Theron, Mike Myers, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard. This PSA was created and produced by Stefan Forbes of InterPositive Media.
||View or listen to the Food Bank's PSA featuring "Sex in the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker.
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Can-Do Awards Dinner
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CANS Film Festival
The Food Bank's series of ads encouraging participation in the federal Food Stamps Program (now known as SNAP, the Supplemental Nutirition Assistance Program) appeared on bus shelters and in subway stations in low-income neighborhoods in New York City.
Jamal Crawford Birthday Bash
||Supporters of the Food Bank For New York City celebrated NY Knick Jamal Crawford's birthday on March 17, 2007 to benefit the city's youngest citizens in need. The celebration was held at The Food Emporium BridgeMarket on 59 Street and First Avenue, where baby food and financial donations were made — helping to provide more than 2,200 free meals for New Yorkers in need. Watch the PSA in support of the Jamal Crawford Birthday Bash.
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