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.
We host nutrition education courses, staff Mobile Markets, provide wellness programs, and assist with job training. Some of our community partners include the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project, Hour Children Food Pantry, BronxWorks, Richmond University Medical Center, and Isabella Geriatric Center.
We support Community Action Networks in each borough that bring together passionate residents, retailers and local organizations to advocate for an efficient and equitable food system at the local level:
- Bed-Stuy Community Action Network
- Queens Action Council
- South Bronx Community Food Coalition
- Staten Island Neighborhood Food Initiative
- Washington Heights/Inwood Food Council