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Press Releases 2007


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12.14.07 Actor Adrian Grenier to Serve Lunch at Brooklyn Soup Kitchen to Help New Yorkers in Need & Raise Awareness of Dire Food Shortage This Holiday Season
12.05.07 Kevin Bacon to Repack Food at Food Bank For New York City's Bronx Warehouse to Help New Yorkers in Need & Raise Awareness of Dire Food Shortage This Holiday Season
11.20.07 New York Giants 'Touch-Down' at Food Bank For New York City's Kids Cafe Cielo to 'Talk Turkey' About Health & Fitness & Childhood Hunger During the Holidays
11.16.07 There will be 'No Thanks' This Thanksgiving for the Approximately 1.3 Million New Yorkers Struggling with Hunger as Senate Fails to Pass Farm Bill
10.18.07 More New Yorkers Turning to Emergency Food Programs in the Midst of Severe Food Shortages
10.15.07 The Food Bank Launches 'NYC Goes Orange' to Raise One Million Meals for Hunger Relief...
09.18.07 Grammy Award Winning Pianist — Yefim "Fima" Bronfman — to Give Grand Central Commuters a Reason to Stop Rushing...
06.05.07 Mr. Met Teams with Food Bank to Launch NY's First Asian-American Kids Cafe and Strike Out Hunger
06.05.07 3 Million New Yorkers Report Difficulty Affording Needed Food — Up from 2 Million in '03
05.30.07 New York Philharmonic and Food Bank to Collaborate on Weeklong, Citywide Food Drive During Free Concerts in the Parks, July 10-17, 2007
04.17.07 Food Bank For New York City to Honor The Edge, Jimmy Fallon, Credit Suisse, Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc., Time Out New York and Project Hospitality
01.25.07 Invite Your Friends and Family to Wine and Dine Out on March 4 — for a Good Cause — More Than 80 NYC Area Restaurants Will Donate 10 Percent of their Proceeds to Help Feed Hungry New Yorkers
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