But for many New Yorkers, a severe lack of supplies, especially food on the table, hinders their ability to enjoy time with loved ones. For those who have never experienced the desperate realization that they can’t, it can be difficult to comprehend how all-encompassing that feeling can be.
Those of us in power should work to help spread holiday cheer and empower food-challenged people to think about the more joyful aspects of the season. There are many ways. These include Daily News and City Harvest Food Drive. New York’s largest food drive he has endured for 40 years, delivering millions of pounds of food to the city’s pantries and food programs.
New Yorkers can help by dropping nonperishable foods at both NYPD and FDNY stations. Think produce in cans and jars and dry goods like rice and pasta bags and boxes, with an emphasis on nutritious and nutritious dishes at both NYPD and FDNY stations. Donate online. For the braver among us, you can also run your own food drive. A City Harvest employee will then come to pick up the goods.
If you’re away on vacation this week, don’t worry, the drive will be on until January 6th (perhaps the association with that date isn’t so drab, but the warmth of helping a neighbor in need). may be too small). event). The goal is that by the end he will have secured 700,000 pounds of food to distribute across the five boroughs. Let’s work together to beat that goal and show each other what this season is all about.
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