A Mission Fueled By Partnership
Food Bank For New York City works in collaboration with a variety of corporate and civic organization partners whose financial support is essential to our mission of ending hunger in our city. These bridges of collaboration and support from private, public and social sectors are vital to furthering our mission and ensuring our reach to our city’s most vulnerable residents. Each investment fuels programming, innovation, and community-driven solutions. Below is a partial listing of international, national and regional partners who help ensure that 1 out of every 5 New Yorkers receives the meals, dignity and support they need. Join us! Learn the benefits of becoming a Food Bank partner here.
Corporate Mission Partners
Bank of America
Bank of America provides meaningful support through their presenting sponsorship of our annual Can Do Awards Dinner, employee volunteerism, a five-borough grant program, and general operating support.
New York City Wine & Food Festival
The Food Network and Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF) supports our fight against hunger by donating festival proceeds to Food Bank For New York City and No Kid Hungry®.
Official Airline of Food Bank For New York City
Barilla America, Inc.
Anchorage Capital Group
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
Krasdale Foods, Inc.
The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, LLC
Whole Foods Market
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Food Research & Action Center – FRAC
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
JP Morgan Chase & Co
New York Giants, Inc.
Ropes & Gray LLP
Seattle Chocolate Company
The Wakefern Food Corp.
The Walt Disney Company
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Trust Co.
CBA Industries, Inc.
Food For Needy
Guy Carpenter & Company, LP
Law Rocks, Inc.
M&R Hospitality Management
Moet Hennessy USA
Morton Williams Supermarkets
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
The Frye Company
TMI Trading Corporation
Foundation Mission Partners
H. van Ameringen Foundation
Mariposa Foundation, Inc.
Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Inc.
The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund
The Spark Fund
The William R. Kenan Charitable Trust
The Hagedorn Fund
Intuit Financial Freedom Foundation
New York Yankees Foundation
Our Family Foundation
Ping Y.Tai Foundation, Inc.
The Wasily Family Foundation
American Express Foundation
Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS, Inc.
Durst Family Foundation
Epstein Teicher Philanthropies
J.T. Tai & Co. Foundation, Inc.
Laurie Kayden Foundation
The MacMillan Family Foundation
Morgan Stanley Foundation
Richmond County Savings Foundation
The Rona Jaffe Foundation
The Salie Family Private Foundation
The Wunderkinder Foundation
The Achelis and Bodman Foundation
David and Katherine Moore Family Foundation
Henry and Lucy Moses Fund, Inc.
The Hyde and Watson Foundation
L Brands Foundation
The Lipton Foundation
The Louis & Harold Price Foundation
New York Jets Foundation
Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust
The Thompson Family Foundation, Inc.
Wakefern Food Corp
The Brookdale Foundation Group
The Carl Jacobs Foundation
The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg Foundation
Geoffrey Beene Foundation
The Joseph C. and Esther Foster Foundation
Lilah Hilliard Fisher Foundation
The Lillian & Ira Langsan Foundation
The Moses L. Parshelsky Foundation
The New York Community Trust
Share Our Strength
The TJX Foundation, Inc.
Million Meals Club
Food Bank’s Million Meals Club is an elite group of food donors who have donated enough food to equal one million or more meals for New Yorkers in need.
Fellow hunger-relief organizations and other groups act as supporters and colleagues in Food Bank’s efforts to both provide food to the hungry and work to eliminate hunger.
Food Assistance Programs
The Food Bank’s network of more than 1,000 community-based member programs throughout the five boroughs includes soup kitchens, food pantries, senior centers, daycare services, Open Market BackPack Programs, rehabilitation centers, shelters and youth services. These programs use the food provided by the Food Bank for preparing nutritious, balanced meals for hungry New Yorkers who otherwise would not get enough to eat — the majority of whom are women, children, seniors, the working poor and people with disabilities.
Food Bank For New York City also works with a variety of other groups, including national and local anti-hunger nonprofit organizations, anti-poverty organizations, grantmakers, businesses, legislators and government agencies, to alleviate hunger in New York City.
Food Bank For New York City engages in public-private partnerships in order to best serve our network of charities. We work with federal, state and city government partners and agencies to support emergency food providers through funding, programs and policy change.
NYC Human Resources Administration
NYC Department for the Aging
NYC Department of Education
NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
NYC Department of Consumer Affairs
NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets
NYS Department of Health
NYS Office of General Services
NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Internal Revenue Service
Corporation for National and Community Service