Feeding Our Neighbors in NYC, Long Island and Connecticut

About the National Supermarket Association 

Catholic Charities is happy to partner with the National Supermarket Association (NSA) on our annual Feeding Our Neighbors Campaign to help raise 2 million meals. NSACares is an initiative of the National Supermarket Association, designed to partner with charitable organizations in the different communities served by their members. They have a longstanding tradition of giving back to the community. Through the promise of NSACares, each year, they reaffirm their commitment to strengthening their corporate social responsibility with the many communities served by their members.


Last fall NSA Cares volunteered at our food hub in the Bronx.


During the month of January, 48 supermarkets within New York City, Connecticut and Long Island will be participating in the Feeding Our Neighbors campaign. Shoppers of these locations can make non-perishable food or cash donations at checkout.

Find a participating NSA Supermarket near you in the map below:




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