Check out some of the ways you can get involved and support Food Bank's emergency response efforts.
Food Bank's Coronavirus Response
Learn more about the proactive measures we have taken and how you can help.
Need help finding food? Search the map to find a soup kitchen or food pantry near you. Click here!
We're in This Together
Food Bank's President & CEO Leslie Gordon shares how the city is uniting to serve New Yorkers in need in the wake of COVID-19. Click to learn more.
NEW! Our Latest Hunger Report
New Yorkers Don't Live Single-Issue Lives: Intersections of Hunger is the latest analysis of the state of hunger as it intersects with other key issues in NYC , based on feedback directly from the soup kitchens and food pantries fighting food insecurity in our poorest communities.
Fight Hunger Like a Woman
Join Food Bank's Woman to Woman campaign to to raise awareness and financial support for women and girls in need.
Shop Our Online Store
Fight hunger in style! Our new online shop offers designs for men, women and children including t-shirts, onesies, tote bags and more. However you choose to show your support, you’ll be gearing up in the fight to end hunger!
Give Through Your Workplace
Having your employer match your gifts is a way for you and your company to support our city and make DOUBLE the impact.
Our neighbors’ needs go beyond food. We do, too.
Find soup kitchens, food pantries, and other resources to get meals for you and your family.
GET FREE TAX ASSISTANCE
Our free tax services program can help you claim your Earned Income Tax Credit and get back all the income to which you are entitled.
GET HELP WITH SNAP
If you struggle to afford food, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps) may be able to help.
Hunger touches us all. Solutions require us all.
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Jill - Brooklyn Resident
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35 YEARS OF IMPACT
FREE MEALS PROVIDED
NEW YORK CITY CHARITIES SERVED
RETURNED TO THE COMMUNITY
We can end hunger, together. Join Food Bank in our mission to provide resources, education, and support to 1.5 million New Yorkers in need.