Announcements

Hunger Action Month is Feeding America’s nationwide campaign mobilizing the public to take action against hunger. We need your help making sure all New Yorkers have access to fresh, healthy, affordable food, especially during these uncertain times. Every action, no

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I, [Insert Your Name], oppose the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposed rule restricting SNAP eligibility. This change would cut SNAP benefits for 3 million people across the country. In New York City, about 1.6 million people depend on SNAP, and

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I, [Insert Your Name], oppose the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposed rule restricting SNAP eligibility. This change would cut SNAP benefits for 3 million people across the country. In New York City, about 1.6 million people depend on SNAP, and

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Celebrity Chefs & Friends Golf Tournament Benefitting City Harvest Hosted by Sir Nick Faldo, Geoffrey Zakarian, and Herb Karlitz Monday, October 7, 2019 Alpine Country Club, Demarest, New Jersey (Google Maps) Featuring Paul Bartolotta Daniel Boulud Michael Breed David Burke

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2019 Negroni Week
Negroni Week (June 24-30), celebrates the Negroni cocktail, while raising money for charities around the world. We’re thrilled to be a charity partner this year, with a portion of Negroni sales from participating bars and restaurants benefiting City Harvest.

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Negroni Week 2019
We’re thrilled to be a charity partner of Negroni Week (June 24-30), presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari. Negroni Week, celebrates the Negroni cocktail, while raising money for charities around the world. Below is a list* of participating bars and

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I, [Insert Your Name], oppose the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposed rule imposing stricter time limits on SNAP. There are already strict rules for people who don’t have children or dependents (able bodied adults without dependents — ABAWDs) to get food

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Self-Sufficiency – Reports
The Self-Sufficiency Standard measures how much income is needed to meet NYC families’ basic necessities – including housing, food, health care, and childcare – without any public or private assistance. The 2018 Self-Sufficiency Standard Report found that two in five households in New York

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