Each Spiritual Spoon, for purchase for $1 at select retailers in the East End, Long Island, will help us feed one family for one day. Patti Grabel will also be donating 20% of all proceeds of online purchases through August
La Colombe Coffee is partnering with The New Yorker on a special blend to benefit efforts to fight food insecurity. $2 from every box sold will support City Harvest and our friends at Food Bank for New York City.
SoChill.io is a virtual mindfulness and live meditation platform that provides executive mindfulness coaching to individuals and teams. 10% of every ‘Chill’ session that you book will help City Harvest feed New Yorkers in need.
Every La Boîte tin of seasonal French biscuits (featuring custom Kalamata’s Kitchen artwork!) and accompanying Kalamata’s Kitchen “À La Kalamata” children’s book sold will help us feed 38 New Yorkers for a day. Items also sold separately.
Korean restaurant Oiji is now on Mise, a website that delivers restaurant meal kits. To promote the launch, the East Village restaurant is selling its popular honey butter chips as a $5 meal kit from May 19 through the end
Smoke Tree, Volcan, and Woodinville are joining with City Harvest in an effort to help feed New Yorkers in need. Purchase Smoke Tree wine, Volcan tequila, and Woodinville whiskey and support the brands that support City Harvest.
The City Harvest cookbook is a collection of 100 recipes from New York City chefs and restaurateurs from our Food Council and beyond. A portion of the proceeds from each book sold in bookstores and online will benefit City Harvest.
Warm up with SerendipiTea’s City Harvest teas! City Harvest Black has a vanilla flavor, while City Harvest Green features hints of apple. 20% of proceeds from each of these teas are donated to City Harvest.
Give back by converting your Delivery Points into a cash donation to City Harvest. When you redeem your Delivery Points, Delivery.com will convert them into cash and send your donation to City Harvest.