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On December 15, Jams is hosting 'A Supper That Sustains Us', a dinner highlighting locally-sourced ingredients, with Jams' Executive Chef, Sylvain Aubry, and City Harvest Food Council member Dan Churchill. A portion of the ticket sales goes to City Harvest.
Throughout December, l’abeille, the Michelin-starred French restaurant in Tribeca from Food Council member Chef Mitsunobu Nagae, will donate $1 for every guest who dines with them.
City Harvest is partnering with Instacart and Feeding America for the launch of Community Carts. With this new feature, you can now send most-needed food donations directly to us.
Wine Enthusiast will donate 10% of proceeds from all sales on Giving Tuesday, November 29, to City Harvest.
Order from Michelin-starred COTE, renowned for its incredible Korean barbeque, using Goldbelly from Tuesday, November 22 through Tuesday, November 29, and 50% of proceeds from all sales will benefit City Harvest.
For every purchase made November 1 through December 31, W&P will donate $2.50 to help feed 2 families in need.
Proceeds from La Poissonnière, a custom-made, limited-edition version of Chef Eric Ripert's favorite carbon steel fish pan, will support City Harvest's work feeding New Yorkers in need.
From November through the end of the year, proceeds from MONSE's "Ugly Radish" sweater and cotton t-shirt developed in collaboration with American Express Platinum will be donated to City Harvest.
10% of sales from November 1 through November 21 will be donated to City Harvest.
$1.80 from every Convoy Boot sold will be donated to City Harvest.
For every bottle of Great Jones Straight Bourbon purchased throughout the month of November, $1 will be donated to City Harvest.
For every Give Thanks 25-pack sold from November 2–25, Baked by Melissa will donate $1 to City Harvest.
This holiday season, D'Artagnan is donating a portion of proceeds from the sale of 19 different gifts to City Harvest.
Each traditional Jambon Beurre sold at L’Ami Pierre, Chef Eric Ripert’s new casual French café in midtown, will help City Harvest feed two New Yorkers in need.
This fall, Chef Eric Ripert debuts La Poissonnière, a custom-made, limited-edition version of his favorite carbon steel fish pan. Production is limited to 500, and proceeds from each pan sold will support City Harvest's work feeding New Yorkers in need.
On October 8, The New York Times Food Festival is hosting a special Bake Sale, curated by Natasha Pickowicz, with all proceeds benefiting City Harvest.
Beverage Recipes Apple Cider Fruit Punch Green Juice Mango Lassi Oat Milk Raspberry Black Tea Raspberry Lemonade Build a Smoothie Turmeric Latte Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk Return to Recipe Box.