Food Council members Simon Kim and Chef David Shim are now bringing the luxurious steak experience of their Michelin-starred restaurant, COTE, to your home through delivery via Caviar, with 3% of all sales donated to City Harvest.
City Harvest supporter, Emilia Bechrakis Serhant, has written a heartwarming new children’s book. This week, $10 from every book sold will help organizations in need of immediate assistance during this time, including City Harvest!
The Dough Project’s all-natural, plant-based dough for playing serves as the perfect indoor activity for kids. Through mid-April, 10% of all sales from The Dough Project will be donated to City Harvest.
Until the end of March, Material Kitchen is taking 15% off their entire assortment of kitchenware and partnering with City Harvest, so that you can donate a portion of your discount to support our work.
Through mid-April, NYC-based photographer, Joe Thommas, is donating 100% of all print sales to City Harvest. From classic NYC landmarks to beautiful cityscapes, Thommas’s prints are the perfect art piece for proud New Yorkers.
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.