How to Feed Our New York Neighbors

 Timothy Cardinal Dolan calls on all Catholics to Feed Our Neighbors in New York, and respond to the overwhelming need in our New York community.  

Here are four simple ways to participate in our campaign:

 

1. Feed the Big White Box. 

Bring non-perishable foods to a "Feeding Our Neighbors" food drive at any Catholic parish in the New York Archdiocese, the Catholic Charities headquarters at 1011 First Avenue, or any Archdiocesan Catholic Schoo. Look for the big white box!  Find out acceptable food items to donate this year. 

› View acceptable food items
Download the food pantries and soup kitchens list or view the map below

 
2. Volunteer at a Food Pantry Near You. 

See the list of food pantries above for "Feeding Our Neighbors" volunteer opportunities near you.
› Volunteer

 
3. Support a Fundraising Drive.

Donations to Feeding Our Neighbors can be made through Catholic Charities, your local parish, or any Catholic School in the New York Archdiocese.
› Donate Today

 
4. Act now!

Tell your legislators that feeding children at risk of hunger must be on their agenda with our partner, Bread for the World at bread.org/write-congress
› Write to an elected official

And for parishioners across the archdiocese of New York, read the latest parish bulletin to find ways to support us within your community.

Thank you for your support!  Your help will bring needed attention to the issue of reducing hunger throughout the Archdiocese!

For more information, contact Edna Mincey at Edna.Mincey@archny.org  by dialing 718-292-6214 ext. 17.

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