FeedNYC.org - Emergency Food Database

Important Notice: Changes to FeedNYC.org Database

We are pleased to announce that we have redesigned the FeedNYC.org database. New features will go into effect on November 1, 2016.

What does this mean for you?

  • FeedNYC will not be available from October 21, 5 PM to November 1, 9 AM.
  • All active users will receive an email asking them to update their login information.
  • Trainings are being held to provide an overview of the new system.



Please contact us at any point during this transition and we will assist you.  Thank you very much! 

United Way of New York City Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program (UWNYC-HPNAP) is pleased to announce this year’s Seed Grant for Urban Farming application.

This is a special funding opportunity for emergency food programs and community based organizations interested in starting urban farming initiatives within New York City.  For the application, please follow the link: http://unitedwaynyc.org/pages/urbanfarmseedgrants.

If you would like additional assistance in completing your application, we encourage you to attend one of the HPNAP Seed Grant Application Workshops.  Workshops will be held at UWNYC, 205 East 42nd Street, 13th fl., New York, NY 10017.  

 - September 27, 2016 1 pm to 2:30 pm and October 7, 2016 10 am to 11:30 am 

**Pre-registration is required due to building security.  Please contact us at hpnap@uwnyc.org or 212-251-4060 to register for a workshop or if you have any questions about this grant. 

Applications are due by 5:00 pm on Wednesday, October 26, 2016. 

September 2016: National Food Safety Month


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Did you know that 1 on 6 Americans becomes ill from eating contaminated food?  Food safety is an important aspect to running an emergency food program and requires a commitment from everyone to make sure food is received, stored and distributed in the right manner.  In honor of National Food Safety Education Month, we invite you to renew your commitment to running a top-notch, food safe emergency food program.  Rally your team and complete the Food Pantry Self-Assessment Guide and/or Soup Kitchen Self-Assessment Guide to identify areas for improvement, have additional pantry and kitchen workers trained for free in food safety at United Way of NYC, Food Bank For NYC, or City Harvest, and lastly remember the best food safety advice  …  when in doubt, throw it out. 


 For more information and to test your food safety savviness, visit the USDA website.

Zika Virus

A travel warning has been released regarding the Zika Virus. The New York State Department of Health has asked for our cooperation in getting the word out. Please print and post the advisory at your emergency food program site. For more information, please visit https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/zika_virus/ 

Changes to Agency Contact data

To request changes to name, address or contact information please send a letter on your agency letter head to your funder.

Blank Monthly Report Forms

You can download a PDF version of the monthly People Served Report form at the "FORM & APPLICATIONS" on the left side of this page.