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  • Eternal Life

    Location: Bronx, NY

    Eternal Life Community Garden provides quality food items to households experiencing food insecurity. This program supplies critical nutrition to hungry individuals.

  • Harlem Grown

    Location: Harlem, NY

    Saturdays on The Farm welcomes children and their families to learn about fruits, veggies, planting, and gardening through engaging lessons, educational games, crafts, and cooking.

  • Moore Jackson Comm. Garden

    Location: Queens, NY

    MJCG is a vibrant 20,000 square foot open space where local residents and volunteers came together and created a space for neighbors to grow together, both literally and figuratively

  • Sixth Street: CSA

    Location: Lower East Side, NY

    CSA is a movement that allows residents of urban areas access to high quality, fresh, organic produce grown locally by farmers in the region.

  • Westervelt Community Garden

    Location: Staten Island, NY

    Westervelt Community Garden is an important neighborhood resource. Local gardeners grow vegetables and herbs—including peppers, eggplant, basil and parsley.

  • Whole Neighborhood Garden

    Location: Brooklyn, NY

    Whole Neighborhood Garden was reborn in 2013 and is a very small garden located at Bedford Avenue. This garden sometime hosts free shows.

  • BOOM! Health

    BOOM! Health's nutritional program provides both emergency and ongoing pantry services five days weekly (Mon-Fri). They also provide individualized nutrition assessments, counseling, and nutrition education classes.

  • Brooklyn Youth Center

    Brooklyn Youth Center provides a wide array of services, including food, to run away and homeless youth ages 14-24 throughout the borough of Brooklyn. All services are free and no appointment is necessary.

  • Campaign Against Hunger

    CAH's SuperPantry Program provides emergency food five days a week. New Yorkers in need visit the SuperPantry in search of free food and other support services.

  • City Relief

    City Relief provides Basic Needs Assistance to people struggling with homelessness. They create an intentional space that is welcoming and dignifying — where everyone belongs and help can always be found.

  • Harvest to Haven

    East Side House Community Center's Harvest to Haven program provides weekly food distribution and assistance. This service supplies critical nutrition to vulnerable populations experiencing food insecurity.

  • Panther Pantry (BMCC)

    Borough of Manhattan Community College offers a food pantry to students who are facing a food emergency. This program ensures that students of BMCC have everything they need to be healthy in order to succeed in their academic goals.

  • Go!Healthy Food Box Program

    The Children's Aid Go!Healthy Food Box program  provides access to affordable, high-quality produce for Children’s Aid communities in Harlem, the South Bronx, and Staten Island. Individuals can purchase a pre-packed bag of locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables – bags cost o

  • Harlem United

    Harlem United's Food & Nutrition program provides nutrition education and meals to individuals with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis.

  • Community Healthcare Network (CHN)

    The Community Healthcare Network (CHN) offers the Nutrition Services program to promote healthy eating in order to help prevent or treat numerous health problems. Expert help to create custom eating plans for our patients.


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