Feeding Our Neighbors

Harlem Volunteers - Ages 90 & 75 - Share Secrets

Rob Nelson from ABC7 just broadcasted this powerful story last night that spotlights a mother-daughter volunteer team, ages 90 and 75!

For two...

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Inspiring. Powerful. Educational And Feeding The Hungry, Too!

That’s how an interdenominational team of 35 teens described their accomplishments yesterday, January 31st, when they banded together at UJA-Federation offices at 130 East 59th...

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Feed Our Hungry Neighbor Next Door

Dear Supporter, 
 
The faces of hunger might surprise you. Your co-worker, your child's best friend or the person you see every morning on your commute could be worrying about...

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Blizzard Can’t Stop Hunger Activists

Mass transit screeched to a...

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Top 4 Tips to Fight Hunger

Hunger – I mean real hunger, the nothing in the fridge and nothing on children’s dinner plates hunger is out of control in New York. 

  • 1 in 3 families with children ...

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Is Someone You Know Hungry?

No one wakes up hoping to find an empty pantry, but this is the reality for many New Yorkers - our neighbors. The sad truth is 1 in 5 New Yorkers rely on emergency food programs to meet their...

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Freezing Outside, Hungry Inside and Fighting Back Now

As Goya 18-wheelers navigated packed city streets and narrow one-way lanes upstate to deliver their valuable cargo, Catholic Charities staff and volunteers masked in hoodies and bubble coats...

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Top Tips to Answer Martin Luther King's Key Question

Celebrate this special day by answering what the  Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.called "life’s most persistent and urgent question, 'What are you doing for others?'”...

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Hey, What’s Going on at ShopRite?

One sign, “World’s Greatest Can Can Sale,” means soup and sauce are bargains.

But how about the other new sign, “Feeding Our Neighbors”?

It's simple, says Tom Urtz...

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Working But Hungry: Shocking NYC Stats

What happened to the American dream?

Nearly half of all working-age people in New York State and City who face hunger are employed. And many hold more than one job! The recession,...

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