- Hunger in NYC
- Donate Food
- Donate Funds
- Restaurant Partners
City Harvest's staff includes drivers, nutritionists, dispatchers, food safety experts and administrative and support staff. These are the people who do the everyday work that keeps
City Harvest running smoothly and efficiently. Meet our senior staff.
Volunteers are the heart of City Harvest. They help with deliveries and office work, collect surplus food, line up new food donors, organize food drives, and much more.
City Harvest was begun by volunteers, and we couldn't operate without them. Find out how you can become a City Harvest volunteer and help this terrific cause.
A select group of committed professionals sits on the Board of Directors. They set policy for the organization and work closely with the staff.
The City Harvest Food Council is made up of New York City food professionals, including four-star chefs and food executives from the city’s finest restaurants and businesses. These are the people who create some of the best food in the entire world, and they’ve dedicated themselves to City Harvest’s mission.
The Food Council works to increase the quality and quantity of food donations, enhance City Harvest’s image among donors, and help City Harvest reach its fundraising goals.
The Leadership Council of City Harvest (LCCH) is a group for individuals committed to ending hunger in New York City and supporting City Harvest’s work. The mission of the Council is to support and engage in the programmatic and fundraising efforts of City Harvest.
Generation Harvest is City Harvest's junior philanthropy group. Its members, young professionals from a wide range of fields, pool their resources and talents to help fight hunger in New York City. Whether volunteering at Greenmarket food rescues, distributing fresh produce at Mobile Markets, or organizing popular fundraising events, Generation Harvest is committed to supporting and raising awareness for City Harvest. See our current list of Generation Harvest members.