We believe that all New Yorkers should have equal access to healthy, affordable food.
Astoria The Astoria Mobile Market will be held twice a month on 1st Saturdays and 3rd Thursdays in the basketball court off of Astoria Boulevard in the Astoria Houses, from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. You must meet one of
Mariner’s Harbor The Mariner’s Harbor Mobile Market is held every 1st Wednesday and 3rd Saturday in the basketball court directly in front of the Senior Center located at 22 Roxbury Street from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. You must meet
Melrose The Melrose Mobile Markets are held at 286 E 156th Street, at the Classic Center every 2nd Saturday & 4th Wednesday of each month from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. You must meet one of the following criteria to
Bed-Stuy The Bed-Stuy Mobile Market is held the 1st Saturday and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Handball Court of the Tompkins Houses on Myrtle Ave (between Throop and Tompkins Avenues) from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. You must
Washington Heights/Inwood The Washington Heights/Inwood Mobile Market is held between Nagle Avenue and 10th Avenue on Dyckman Street the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Saturday of each month from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. You must meet one of the following
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Run a food drive! Help City Harvest feed New York City’s men, women and children by keeping food pantries and soup kitchens stocked year-round.
Becoming a food donor is easy. We’ll work with you to schedule a convenient pick-up time for your business.
Our Healthy Retail staff works with corner stores and supermarkets across New York City to ensure that desired and usable fresh fruits and vegetables are easily available and affordable in all communities.
At City Harvest, we work hard to bring more healthy food to our neighbors in need, but we also believe it is important to teach the basics of nutrition alongside healthy cooking and eating skills.
Through our Mobile Markets, City Harvest delivers fresh fruits and vegetables, free of charge, to thousands of New Yorkers each month.
As part of our community-based strategy, we work with residents, businesses, non-profit organizations, and other community partners to improve food security and build healthy neighborhoods across the five boroughs.
Our Food Rescue Facility in Long Island City, Queens, is home to our Food Transportation team and our fleet of 22 trucks.
Through our food security programs, we work with community partners in low income neighborhoods across New York City to improve access to healthy, affordable food.
Since helping to start the food rescue movement in 1982, we have rescued and delivered over 800 million pounds of food that would have otherwise gone to waste to help feed the nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers in need.