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April 19, 2023, New York: The New York Yankees and Food Bank For New York City were honored by NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Service for their joint service to the community, receiving the Partnership Impact Award for our collaborative efforts in providing 150,000 meals to more than 21,338 New Yorkers in the 2022 calendar year. The Mayoral Service Recognition Program is an annual citywide celebration of volunteers and service members, recognizing efforts to build solutions in response to community challenges and meet residents’ most urgent needs. The recognition program takes place throughout National Volunteer Month in April as a way to recognize the diverse volunteer efforts of the previous calendar year.

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Chief Service Officer Laura Rog honored four recipients of the Mayoral Service Impact Awards

About Food Bank For New York City

Food Bank For New York City is the largest hunger relief organization of the city fighting food insecurity on the ground since 1983. By partnering with over 800 soup kitchens, food pantries, and campus partners across the five boroughs, Food Bank is able to make a direct impact in the communities that need it most, providing some 1.4 billion meals to New Yorkers since its founding. But food alone can’t solve hunger. That’s why Food Bank employs a two-prong approach of Community Nourishment programming (to provide immediate and reliable access to food today) with Economic Empowerment programming (to equip people with the tools they need to achieve food security into tomorrow and beyond). All of these services – from grab-and-go pantry bags to hot meals, tax filing assistance, SNAP enrollment, nutrition education, and financial empowerment workshops – are free and available to anyone who needs them. To learn more about Food Bank’s mission to dignify, nourish, and empower ALL New Yorkers facing food insecurity, visit

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