The Reducing Hunger Service Initiative, a strategic partnership of NYC Service, has brought together a group of Non-Profits and City Agencies to work on a city-wide service initiative to engage more volunteers to help reduce food insecurity in New York City. One aspect of the Initiative is to recruit skills-based volunteers in activities that help build capacity of emergency feeding programs (EFPs) to more effectively meet their clients’ needs. To better understand the skills-based needs of EFPs, the Initiative has created a survey to determine the areas of greatest need. The information gathered will help develop future solutions to meet the skills-based needs of EFPs. A link to the online survey has been emailed NYC’s Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens. If your organization does not receive the email, please complete the survey here.
Your organization’s participation is very important.
Happy Holidays! Here are a few tips to make sure your holiday is filled with fun, not foodborne illness.
The United Way HPNAP Seed Grant for Urban Farming Application is now available!
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