Our Partners

  • Area Interfaith Outreach (AIO) (Rockland, ME)
  • AIO’s mission is to respectfully & compassionately support those in need in Knox County with food and energy assistance.

  • The Black Feminist Project (Bronx, NY)
  • The Black Feminist Project enriches the lives of, restores agency, justice, joy, and health to Black Womxn, girls, and non-men, often referred to as marginalized genders or MaGes and the children they care for - with an emphasis on mother-led families. .

  • The Campaign Against Hunger (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Bedford-Stuyvesant holds a special place in our hearts and will always be our home. When we were founded in 1998 as a small pantry operating out of a church basement, our clients were primarily located in Bed-Stuy. Over the past twenty years, however, our organization has expanded in many ways. The once small basement pantry has become the SuperPantry emporium it is today. We now offer hundreds of nutrition education classes, workshops, and cooking demonstrations each year for our clients. The Green Teens internship program has played an integral role in the lives of young adults in Brooklyn and Far Rockaway. And lastly, we now offer a suite of social services, including SNAP registration, health insurance enrollment, tax filing preparation, and much more.

  • CityReach Ministries (Miami, FL)
  • City Reach is a non-profit, faith based, 501c3 organization dedicated to supporting low income families in South Miami-Dade County by providing assistance with the basic necessities of food, clothing, job-leads, educational workshops, and referrals to other organizations so families can become self-sufficient contributing member of our society.

  • Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI)  (Staten Island, NY) 
  • Community Health Action of Staten Island has been improving the health of Staten Islanders for over 25 years. We emerged from the AIDS crisis of the 1990s with experience delivering a model of care that drives dramatic improvement in the health of our clients. We use this integrated care model to work with people in need across Staten Island. We help our communities with a wide range of services including domestic violence interventions, care for people with multiple chronic health conditions, addiction treatment services, and operating a community food pantry in Port Richmond. We provide HIV and hepatitis C screenings as well as insurance enrollment, help with SNAP (food stamp) benefits, and health screenings on our Mobile Health Units.

  • Crossroads Community Services (Dallas, Texas)
  • Crossroads’ mission is to nourish our community’s low-income families and individuals by providing nutritious food and supportive education

  • Earth Community Garden and Food Pantry (Salt Lake City, Utah)
  • Ideally, we would all be growing and consuming fresh, locally sourced food. However, we realize that hunger most often cannot wait the several months it takes to plant and grow your own food. There are also millions of pounds of food and grocery store waste being put into the landfills each day! So we help distribute this food to prevent it from becoming more human waste for the Earth. This food waste is both an environmental concern and a humanitarian concern that will ultimately affect the gardens we wish to grow.

  • F.A.R.M.S 
  • F.A.R.M.S is a legal non-profit, committed to assisting farmers and landowners retain land for future use of next generation farmer.

  • Feeding Northeast Florida (Jacksonville, FL)
  • The mission of Feeding Northeast Florida (FNEFL), the region’s largest nonprofit (501c3) food bank and hunger relief network, is “to improve the quality of life of Northeast Florida by addressing food insecurity, poverty, and poor health by providing nutritious foods and other essential goods to those in need in collaboration with community partners.”

  • Feeding With TLC Inc. (Staten Island, NY) 
  • For over 25 years, Feeding With TLC, Inc.  has been ministering to the hungry and needy. Every Saturday morning between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm you will find a hive of busy bees cooking, serving, and offering comfort to those less fortunate. It is hard work but exceptionally rewarding.

  • First Congregational United Church of Christ (Glenwood, Iowa)
  • Inclusive, welcoming and fun, First Congregational has become a home to many people who are surprised to find themselves in church. with a culture of acceptance where differences are valued. Our worshippers come from a variety of religious backgrounds from Catholic to Protestant to no religious background whatsoever, Wherever you are, you are welcome here.

  • Grand Street Settlement (New York, NY) 
  • For 100 years, we have connected New Yorkers to opportunities that inspire, services that keep families strong, and programs that bring communities closer. Together, we have led bold charges for change, worked to overcome obstacles like isolation and exclusion, and fought to dismantle injustices and broken systems. For people and communities to be empowered, they need to be involved in decision-making. Deciding what opportunities, possibilities, or outcomes we want to be a part of, or make happen, is how we inspire agency, create shared ownership, generate advocacy, and how we launch action. Helping other people be a part of this process is at the center of why we give back: it feels good to help others. It’s also how we achieve social and political change!

  • Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida (Fort Myers, FL)
  • Harry Chapin Food Bank is the largest hunger-relief network in Southwest Florida, serving Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties. We rescue, inspect, transport and distribute donated food and other grocery products to more than 150 partner agencies and programs that provide direct services to those in need. They include food pantries, in-school pantries, mobile pantries, senior programs and disaster relief agencies. The food bank provides food for about 28,000 individuals each week.

  • H.E.L.P. House Community Outreach Food Pantry (London, OH) 
  • The H.E.L.P. House Community Outreach opened as a youth outreach for young people and their families in February 1999. Since opening, it has evolved into a large mission for helping all those in need with food and clothing, household items, referrals, and emergency funding

  • Hollywood Food Coalition (Los Angeles, CA)
  • It is our belief that everyone deserves the dignity of a full stomach. Our nightly Meal Engagement Program provides over 150 members of our community with their most pressing need each night, a nourishing meal. Food is the cornerstone not only of survival, but of opportunity and hope.

  • Invisible Hands Deliver (New York City, NY and Jersey City, NJ) 
  • ​Invisible Hands is a group of engaged volunteers from communities at the least risk for severe COVID-19 reactions working to bring groceries and supplies to those in high-risk demographics. We’re focused most prominently on the elderly, disabled, and immunocompromised, but are available to help anyone in need.

  • Kehilat Sephardim Food Pantry (Queens, NY)
  • Kehilat Food Pantry is a Non-Profit Kosher Food Pantry serving the local Queens Community.  We operate on an open market concept where clients have the choice of what foods they would like for themselves and their families based on our inventory during each distribution.

  • Martha's Kitchen (San Jose, CA) 
  • Feeding the hungry with dignity; no questions asked, and no judgements made.

  • New York City Relief (New York and New Jersey Locations)
  • Founded in 1989, New York City Relief has mobilized thousands of volunteers to compassionately serve those struggling with homelessness by providing hope and resources that lead towards life transformation.

  • ​​Part of the Solution (POTS) (The Bronx, NY)
  • POTS’ mission is to be a loving community in the Bronx that nourishes the basic needs and hungers of all who come to its door. We believe that every person should have access to the essentials of life and the support necessary to achieve stability and ultimately self-sufficiency. We believe POTS’ ‘one-stop shop’ model of providing a coordinated and comprehensive package of support is the best means of addressing the myriad needs that accompany poverty.

  • Prabhuji Food Distribution Program (Greene County, NY) 
  • Since 2014 the Prabhuji Food Distribution Program is serving (but not limited to) the area of Greene County, NY.  The Prabhuji Food Distribution Program was founded by Prabhuji with the aim to help children, adults and elderly people who are in need of nutritious foods, and assist them with their daily struggle against food insecurity.

  • Repair the World (New York, NY) 
  • Repair the World mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, igniting a lifelong commitment to service. We believe service in support of social change is vital to a flourishing Jewish community and an inspired Jewish life. Our service makes tangible differences in lives and communities, and we infuse it with Jewish values, learning about historical and social contexts that surround the issues, reflecting on our experiences, and assessing our impact.  In fact, we believe that this ‘infusion’ enables us to serve better – to contribute more consciously and tangibly to the issues we work on and the communities we work in.

  • SCAN-Harbor (Manhattan, NY) 
  • Our mission is to provide the highest risk families and children living in Harlem, East Harlem, and the South Bronx with integrated family-focused programming that uses a positive approach, harnesses individual strengths and fosters responsibility, self-esteem, initiative and the development of life skills.

  • Second Harvest of Big Bend (Tallahassee, FL) 
  • Second Harvest of the Big Bend’s mission is to feed the hungry in the Big Bend through our network of partner agencies, and to educate and engage the community in the fight against hunger. Founded in 1982 as the Food Bank of Tallahassee, we began by picking up prepared and perishable food at local restaurants and grocery stores (“food rescue”). In 1986 we joined America’s Second Harvest – the Nation’s Food Bank Network, now called Feeding America. Feeding America is a network of more than 200 food banks that each has a defined service area.

  • South Texas Food Bank (Laredo, Texas)
  • Our mission is to alleviate hunger in South Texas by collecting and distributing food through partner agencies and programs while creating awareness and educating the community on the realities of hunger. 

  • St. Jerome HANDS Community Center (The Bronx, NY)
  • The H.A.N.D.S. is an organization and a Community Plaza that seeks to strengthen immigrant families through education and the development of their skills through literacy classes, basic English, computing, job training, citizenship courses and social services. At H.A.N.D.S we believe that education is the basis for personal, social and cultural development. Our main objective is to provide our community with a full formation that helps them to structure their identity and develop their capacities for a better future.

  • Sylvia Rivera Food Pantry (Manhattan, NY) 
  • Food pantry operated by the Metropolitan Community Church of New York. Also, features a specialized pantry with foods specifically selected for those living with HIV/AIDS.​

  • Tabitha's Way South Food Pantry (Spanish Fork, UT) 
  • Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry helps families and individuals through tough times by (1) providing temporary food assistance, (2) recommending resources for self-reliance, and (3) helping neighbors to help neighbors.

  • Teens for Food Justice (Manhattan, NY) 
  • TFFJ strives to eradicate food insecurity through youth-led community-based solutions and to end the cycle of diet-related disease and poor health outcomes that dramatically and disproportionately impact our low income communities, particularly those of color.​

  • The Connected Chef (Queens, NY) 
  • The Lifline Grocery Packages progmam is a community initiative that delivers high-density, nutritious groceries to families in Western Queens, NYC who have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

  • The Salvation Army: Port Richmond (Staten Island, NY)  
  • The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

  • Utah Community Action (Salt Lake City, UT) 
  • Utah Community Action’s mission is to empower individuals, strengthen families, and build communities through self-reliance and education programs.

  • Virginia Peninsula Foodbank (Hampton, VA) 
  • Food banks provide food to people who otherwise might go hungry. Established in 1986, the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank has been the leading hunger relief organization across the greater Peninsula region, serving the 1 in 7 Virginians who struggle with hunger. In order to meet the consistent need for healthy meals in our community, the Foodbank partners with over 200 member agencies and programs, including faith-based organizations, food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and community centers across our service area. These agencies and programs offer an essential resource for individuals, families, seniors, children, and veterans who confront the challenge of food insecurity. Together, we have provided over 167 million meals. Hunger relief is truly a collaborative effort, and with the support of our partner agencies, generous donors, and committed volunteers, we are able to provide nourishment and hope to our neighbors in need each day.