COVID-19/Coronavirus Updates

Update – Monday, March 23rd: All OBT offices are closed. However, programming continues remotely and OBT staff are working remotely. Please see below for relevant contact information with any questions.

Actualización – Lunes, el 23 de marzo: Todas las oficinas de OBT están cerradas. Sin embargo, nuestra programación continúa de forma remota y el personal de OBT está trabajando de forma remota. Consulte a continuación la información de contacto relevante con cualquier pregunta.

Like you, we’re closely following local, state, and federal officials for updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and well-being of our participants and staff is paramount. As such, we have made the decision to transition all OBT programs to a remote-learning model starting Wednesday, March 18th until at least Monday, April 20.

We aim to ensure that we provide the same level of care and service for our participants, students, and partners as we make this transition. We will update this page continually with announcements, changes, and resources.

Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.

Al igual que usted, estamos prestando atención a los funcionarios locales, estatales y federales para obtener actualizaciones sobre la pandemia de COVID-19. La seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros participantes y personal es primordial. Como tal, hemos tomado la decisión de pasar todos los programas OBT a un modelo de aprendizaje remoto a partir del miércoles 18 de marzo hasta al menos el lunes 20 de abril.

Nuestro objetivo es garantizar que proporcionemos  el mismo nivel de atención y servicio a nuestros participantes, estudiantes y socios mientras hacemos esta transición. Actualizaremos esta página continuamente con anuncios, cambios y recursos.

Gracias por su apoyo durante este tiempo.

Questions? / ¿Preguntas? – email: info@obtjobs.org

Sunset Park

Jessica Cuttone, Director of Programs
jcuttone@obtjobs.org
(718) 369-0303

Bushwick

Peter Cruz, Director of Programs
pcruz@obtjobs.org
(929) 314-1013

Jamaica

Alice Goncalves, Director of Programs
mgoncalves@obtjobs.org
Google voicemail: 929-277-8949

Innovation Lab

Ryan Sheppard, Director of Programs
innovationlab@obtjobs.org
(929) 314-0146

Emergency Resources for Individuals and Families / Recursos de Emergencia para el Hogar y la Salud

We will update this page continually with local resources in your community. Please reach out to info@obtjobs.org with any questions or specific needs. 

For questions about employment:

  • Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will immediately waive the 7-day waiting period for unemployment insurance for New Yorkers who have been laid off due to the virus.
  • To access unemployment assistance: go to  https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm

If you are in need of food:

  • Food Banks in New York City: https://www.foodbanknyc.org/get-help/
  • If you cannot follow the link to find a local food pantry or soup kitchen, you can call Food Bank of NY at 212-566-7855. 

If you need internet: 

  • Spectrum is offering free internet for households with children and youth ages 5-18 years old. Read more here or call 1-844-488-8395.

If you have issues or questions about your utilities:

  • Read this article on how utility, phone and internet companies are giving consumers a break during the pandemic.
  • Moratorium on Utilities Termination: Governor Cuomo has asked the New York State Department of Public Service to direct utilities providers not to terminate service for any person who has not paid their bill as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

If you have questions about a housing court case and/or eviction proceeding:

  • There is currently a statewide temporary suspension of all eviction cases, orders, and eviction warrants. 
    • A marshal cannot evict you at this time and if they attempt to, please report to the Bureau of City Marshals at 212-825-5953.
    • All pending eviction cases are temporarily suspended and will be rescheduled, so do not go to housing court. 
  • If you have issues with apartment repairs or heat and hot water, you should call 311 to report the condition. You may start a case in housing court for emergency repairs. 
    • With questions or if you need assistance, you can call:
      • Legal Aid Society: 212-577-3300
      • Legal Services NYC: 917-661-4500

For general resources in NYC by category (Cash Assistance, Benefits, Courts, Employment and more):

To receive text message updates from NYC government on COVID-19:

  • Text COVID to 692-692

Actualizaremos esta página continuamente con recursos locales en su comunidad. Póngase en contacto con info@obtjobs.org con cualquier pregunta o necesidad específica.

Para preguntas sobre empleo:

  • El gobernador Cuomo anunció que el estado de Nueva York renunciará inmediatamente al período de espera de 7 días para el seguro de desempleo para los neoyorquinos que han sido despedidos debido al virus.
  • Para acceder a la asistencia por desempleo: vaya a https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm 

Si necesita comida:

  • Bancos de alimentos en la ciudad de Nueva York: https://www.foodbanknyc.org/get-help/ 
  • Si no puede seguir el enlace para encontrar una despensa de comida local o un comedor de beneficencia, puede llamar a Food Bank of NY al 212-566-7855.

Si necesitas internet:

  • Spectrum ofrece internet gratis para hogares con niños y jóvenes de 5 a 18 años de edad. Lea más aquí o llame al 1-844-488-8395.

Si tiene problemas o preguntas sobre sus utilidades:

  • Lea este artículo sobre cómo las empresas de servicios públicos, telefonía e Internet están dando un descanso a los consumidores durante la pandemia.
  • Moratoria sobre la terminación de servicios públicos: el Gobernador Cuomo ha pedido al Departamento de Servicio Público del Estado de Nueva York que ordene a los proveedores de servicios públicos que no cancelen el servicio a ninguna persona que no haya pagado su factura como resultado de la pandemia de COVID-19.

Si tiene preguntas sobre un caso de tribunal de vivienda y / o procedimiento de desalojo:

  • Actualmente existe una suspensión temporal en todo el estado de todos los casos de desalojo, órdenes y órdenes de desalojo.
    • Un mariscal no puede desalojarlo en este momento y, si lo intentan, informe al Buró de Alguaciles de la Ciudad al 212-825-5953.
    • Todos los casos de desalojo pendientes se suspenden temporalmente y se reprogramarán, así que no vaya al tribunal de vivienda.
  • Si tiene problemas con las reparaciones de los apartamentos o la calefacción y el agua caliente, debe llamar al 311 para informar la condición. Puede iniciar un caso en la corte de vivienda para reparaciones de emergencia.
    • Si tiene preguntas o si necesita ayuda, puede llamar al:
      • Sociedad de Asistencia Legal: 212-577-3300
      • Servicios legales NYC: 917-661-4500

Con preguntas sobre inmigracion: 

  • Tribunales de inmigración (hasta el 4/13): Los tribunales de inmigración no detenidos de Nueva York (Broadway y Federal Plaza) están CERRADOS hasta nuevo aviso. Las audiencias de Buffalo no detenidas se cancelan.
  • USCIS (hasta el 4/1): todas las citas se cancelan.
  • ICE: Se cancelan los registros en persona de la ciudad de Nueva York, todavía se realizan registros telefónicos. Esperando recibir noticias de Buffalo / oficina del norte del estado.
  • Tribunales federales: Ceremonias de juramento de ciudadanía canceladas.
  • ICE ha cancelado todas las visitas para aquellos detenidos por ICE.
  • La aplicación de la ley de inmigración en las comunidades continúa.

Para recursos generales en NYC por categoría (Asistencia en efectivo, Beneficios, Tribunales, Empleo y más):

Para recibir actualizaciones de mensajes de texto del gobierno de Nueva York sobre COVID-19:

  • Envía COVIDESP al 692-692

Business and Employer Partner Resources / Recursos para Socios Comerciales y Empleadores

As we are all affected by the current state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) has been monitoring the crisis very closely and working diligently to address all our stakeholders’ needs. Our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of our training participants, job seekers, partners, and employees. In an effort to provide continued support for all affected, we are providing you with resources from OBT and all of our close partnerships from the local, state and federal levels. Below, please find links  that can help guide you through this difficult time.

With questions regarding OBT programming, please reach out to the following:

For inquiries for all training participants, please email info@obtjobs.org

For inquiries for employment services, please email jobs@obtjobs.org

For up to date services, community outreach and programs follow us @OBTJOBS  or visit our website at www.obtjobs.org

For business-specific assistance:

The Society of Human Resources:

NYC Small Business Services: financial assistance programs and resources for businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on March 8th two relief programs for businesses affected: a zero-interest loan program and an employee retention grant.  

https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/index.page

Program 1: Zero-interest loan of up to $75K to help businesses that experience a sales decline associated with Covid 19. The working capital will help businesses remain afloat during this potential decrease in economic activity. Similar to SBA disaster loans, which have long repayment terms, these loans would be structured so that businesses have time to recover.

Criteria:

  • Small business with fewer than 100 employees
  • Have at least one location that has experienced loss, damage and/or interruption in NYC
  • Demonstrates decrease in sales; a minimum of 25% decrease
  • (based on policies currently in place in Italy)
  • Demonstrate the ability to repay and will be vetted through an application and underwriting process

Program 2: Employee Retention Grant: Up to $6,000 cash grant to retain employees

Criteria:

  • Businesses with under five employees

IRS: Tax Relief Updates for Businesses and Individuals
https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus 

New York State Department of Labor (updates and resources):
https://www.labor.ny.gov/home/businesses.php

U.S. Department of Labor: filing for unemployment insurance in which NY State has waived the seven day waiting period and other Corona Virus (COVID-19) resources.

https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm

https://labor.ny.gov/ui/how_to_file_claim.shtm

https://www.dol.gov/coronavirus

Como todos estamos afectados por el estado actual de emergencia debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, Oportunidades para un mañana mejor (OBT) ha estado monitoreando la crisis muy de cerca y trabajando diligentemente para abordar las necesidades de todas las partes interesadas. Nuestra principal prioridad es garantizar la salud y la seguridad de nuestros participantes en la capacitación, solicitantes de empleo, socios y empleados. En un esfuerzo por brindar apoyo continuo a todos los afectados, le brindamos recursos de OBT y todas nuestras alianzas cercanas de los niveles local, estatal y federal. A continuación, encuentre enlaces que pueden guiarlo en este momento difícil.

Si tiene preguntas sobre la programación OBT, comuníquese con lo siguiente:

Para consultas para todos los participantes en la capacitación, envíe un correo electrónico a info@obtjobs.org

Para consultas sobre servicios de empleo, envíe un correo electrónico a jobs@obtjobs.org

Para servicios actualizados, alcance comunitario y programas, síganos en @OBTJOBS o visite nuestro sitio web en www.obtjobs.org

Para asistencia específica del negocio:

La sociedad de recursos humanos:

HR hizo preguntas frecuentes sobre COVID-19: https://www.shrm.org/hr-today/news/hr-news/pages/coronavirus-faqs.aspx
Aquí se encuentra un explicativo de la Ley federal de respuesta al primer coronavirus de Families

NYC Small Business Services: programas y recursos de asistencia financiera para empresas afectadas por el brote de COVID-19. El alcalde Bill de Blasio anunció el 8 de marzo dos programas de ayuda para las empresas afectadas: un programa de préstamos sin intereses y una subvención de retención de empleados.

https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/index.page

Programa 1: Préstamo de interés cero de hasta $ 75K para ayudar a las empresas que experimentan una disminución de las ventas asociadas con Covid 19. El capital de trabajo ayudará a las empresas a mantenerse a flote durante esta posible disminución de la actividad económica. Al igual que los préstamos por desastre de la SBA, que tienen plazos de amortización largos, estos préstamos se estructurarían para que las empresas tengan tiempo de recuperarse.

Criterios

Pequeñas empresas con menos de 100 empleados.
Tener al menos una ubicación que haya sufrido pérdidas, daños y / o interrupciones en Nueva York
Demuestra disminución en las ventas; una disminución mínima del 25%
(según las políticas vigentes en Italia)
Demostrar la capacidad de pagar y será examinado a través de un proceso de solicitud y suscripción.

Programa 2: Subsidio de retención de empleados: hasta $ 6,000 en efectivo para retener empleados

Criterios

Negocios con menos de cinco empleados

IRS: actualizaciones de desgravación fiscal para empresas y particulares
https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus

Departamento de Trabajo del Estado de Nueva York (actualizaciones y recursos):
https://www.labor.ny.gov/home/businesses.php

Departamento de Trabajo de los Estados Unidos: solicitud de seguro de desempleo en el que el estado de Nueva York ha renunciado al período de espera de siete días y otros recursos del Virus Corona (COVID-19).

https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm

https://labor.ny.gov/ui/how_to_file_claim.shtm

https://www.dol.gov/coronavirus

Health Guidance / Guía de Salud

From the NYC Health Department’s website:

About COVID-19:
Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that can cause illnesses ranging from mild diseases, such as a cold, to more serious illnesses, such as pneumonia. Recently, a new coronavirus was detected that had not been previously seen in humans. The disease, called COVID-19, can be spread from person to person.

There is now widespread community transmission of COVID-19 in New York City, meaning the sources of new infections are unknown. Everyone in New York City should act as if they have been exposed to COVID-19. That means monitoring your health closely and staying home from work if you are sick. New Yorkers who are not sick should also stay home as much as possible and avoid all unnecessary social interactions.

There are no vaccines or specific treatments available for COVID-19. However, medicine and vaccine research is underway.

Symptoms, Chronic Health Risks
Symptoms of COVID-19 commonly include fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath. Most people with COVID-19 have mild to moderate symptoms and fully recover without complications. Less commonly, COVID-19 may lead to pneumonia, hospitalization or death.

People who are at most risk for severe illness are older adults or those who have chronic health conditions, such as:

  • Lung disease
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • A weakened immune system

Prevention
The following precautions can help you stay healthy. You do not need to wear a face mask if you are not feeling sick, unless you are instructed to do so by your health care provider. Face masks need to be reserved for the health care system.

Daily Activities

  • Stay home. All New Yorkers — healthy or sick — need to stay home. You should only leave your home for essential tasks, such as work (if you cannot work from home), getting groceries and supplies or essential medical care. Try to use delivery services when possible.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often, for at least 20 seconds every time, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Do not touch your face unless you recently washed your hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or sleeve when sneezing or coughing. Do not use your hands.
  • Do not shake hands. Instead, wave or elbow bump.
  • If you are an older adult or have any of the chronic health conditions listed above, avoid all unnecessary gatherings and events.

Avoiding Crowds in NYC

  • Private employers should allow employees to work from home or stagger their work hours.
  • Walk or bike to work, if possible.
  • If the train or bus is too crowded, wait for the next one.
  • Avoid crowded spaces including restaurants and bars that are not following the guidance above.

If You Are Sick, Stay Home

  • If you are sick, stay home. If you do not feel better in three to four days, consult your health care provider. Try to call, text, telemedicine or use your patient portal to contact your physician.
  • Avoid the emergency department and other places you seek healthcare if you are not severely ill. Stay home and keep healthcare access available for others with more severe illness.
  • If you need help getting medical care, call 311. You can get care in NYC regardless of immigration status or ability to pay.
  • If you have family or friends who are older adults or have chronic conditions, do not visit them if you feel sick.
  • Stay home for seven days after your symptoms started and for three days after your fever has stopped without the use of fever-reducing drugs, such as Tylenol and ibuprofen, and your cough or sore throat symptoms have improved.

When to Stay Home, Self-Monitor and Get Tested
All New Yorkers should consider themselves potentially exposed to coronavirus. That means that everyone should stay home as much as possible, even if they do not have any symptoms of COVID-19. While at home, all New Yorkers should self-monitor. Self-monitoring means you check yourself for fever and remain alert for cough, shortness of breath or sore throat. It is really important that people who have these symptoms stay home and do not attend work, school, public events or group gatherings.

Most illness caused by coronavirus is mild. If think you have COVID-19 and your illness is mild, you do not need to see your doctor and you do not need to get tested. This is because getting tested will not change how your doctor will take care of you. If you do not feel better in three to four days, call your provider.

You should consult with your doctor if you have:

  • Fever, cough, shortness of breath or other cold or flu-like symptoms and do not feel better after three to four days. Use telephone, text, telemedicine or a patient portal to reach out rather than going to your doctor in person.
  • Mild symptoms and are an older adult or have any of the chronic health conditions listed above.

You and your provider will decide if you need to come to medical care. You do not need to be tested unless you are admitted to the hospital.

If you need help finding a health care provider, call 311.

You should stay at home and avoid other people:

  • All New Yorkers should try to stay home as much as possible, even if they feel well. Avoiding events and other unnecessary interactions will slow the spread of COVID-19.
  • People who are sick must stay home. In these cases, if you do not feel better after three to four days, consult with your health care provider by phone, text, telemedicine, or patient portal. They will help decide if you should seek in-person care.
  • If you stay home because you are sick, stay home for at least seven days after your illness started and three days after your fever has ended without fever-reducing medicines.

Sobre COVID-19
Los coronavirus son un grupo de virus que pueden causar enfermedades que van desde enfermedades leves, como un resfriado, a enfermedades más graves, como la neumonía. Recientemente, se ha detectado un nuevo coronavirus que no se había visto anteriormente en los seres humanos. La enfermedad, denominada COVID-19, se puede transmitir de una persona a otra.

En la actualidad existe una transmisión comunitaria generalizada de COVID-19 en la ciudad de Nueva York, lo que significa las fuentes de nuevas infecciones son desconocidos. Todo el mundo en la ciudad de Nueva York debería actuar como si hubieran estado expuestos a COVID-19. Eso significa que el control de su salud y mantenerse estrechamente a casa del trabajo si está enfermo. Los neoyorquinos que no están enfermos también deben quedarse en casa tanto como sea posible y evitar todas las interacciones sociales innecesarios.

No hay vacunas o tratamientos específicos disponibles para COVID-19. Sin embargo, la medicina y la investigación de la vacuna está en marcha.

Síntomas, riesgos crónicos de salud
Los síntomas de COVID-19 comúnmente incluyen fiebre, tos, dolor de garganta o dificultad para respirar. La mayoría de las personas con COVID-19 tienen síntomas leves a moderados y recuperarse por completo y sin complicaciones. Con menor frecuencia, COVID-19 puede conducir a la neumonía, la hospitalización o la muerte.

Las personas que están en mayor riesgo de enfermedad grave son los adultos mayores o los que tienen enfermedades crónicas, tales como

  • Enfermedad pulmonar
  • Enfermedad del corazón
  • Diabetes
  • Cáncer
  • Un sistema inmunitario debilitado

Prevención
Las siguientes precauciones pueden ayudar a mantenerse sano. No es necesario usar una máscara facial si no se siente enfermo, a menos que se le indica que se lo indique su médico. mascarillas deben ser reservados para el sistema de salud.

Actividades diarias

  • Quedarse en casa. Todos los neoyorquinos – sano o enfermo – necesidad de quedarse en casa. Sólo debe salir de su casa para las tareas esenciales, como el trabajo (si no se puede trabajar desde casa), consiguiendo de víveres e insumos o atención médica esencial. Trate de usar los servicios de entrega cuando sea posible.
  • Lávese las manos a menudo con agua y jabón, durante al menos 20 segundos cada vez, o usar un desinfectante para manos a base de alcohol.
  • No se toque la cara a menos que recientemente lavado las manos.
  • Cúbrase la nariz y la boca con un pañuelo desechable o la manga al estornudar o toser. No utilice sus manos.
  • No se dan la mano. En cambio, la ola o la protuberancia codo.
  • Si usted es un adulto mayor o tiene alguna de las condiciones de salud crónicas mencionadas anteriormente, evitar todas las reuniones y eventos innecesarios.

Una multitud evitando en Nueva York

  • Los empleadores privados deben permitir a los empleados trabajar desde casa o escalonar sus horas de trabajo.
  • A pie o en bicicleta al trabajo, si es posible.
  • Si el tren o autobús es muy concurrido, esperar a la siguiente.
  • Evitar el hacinamiento espacios incluidos restaurantes y bares que no están siguiendo las indicaciones anteriores.

Si está enfermo, quédese en casa

  • Si está enfermo, quédese en casa. Si no se siente mejor en tres o cuatro días, consulte a su proveedor de cuidados de la salud. Trate de llamada, texto, la telemedicina o usar su portal de paciente a ponerse en contacto con su médico.
  • Evitar el servicio de urgencias y otros lugares que busca atención médica si no se ve muy enfermo. Quedarse en casa y acceso a la salud a disposición de otras personas con una enfermedad más grave.
  • Si necesita ayuda para obtener atención médica, llame al 311 . Usted puede obtener atención en Nueva York importar su estatus migratorio o capacidad de pago.
  • Si usted tiene amigos que son adultos mayores o que tienen enfermedades crónicas o de la familia, no visitarlos si se siente enfermo.
  • quedarse en casa durante siete días después de iniciadas sus síntomas y durante tres días después de que la fiebre haya dejado sin el uso de medicamentos para bajar la fiebre, como Tylenol y el ibuprofeno y sus síntomas de la tos o dolor de garganta han mejorado.

Cuando se quede en casa, auto-Monitor y hacerse la prueba
Todos los neoyorquinos deben considerarse potencialmente expuestos a coronavirus. Esto significa que todo el mundo debería quedarse en casa tanto como sea posible, incluso si no tienen ningún síntoma de COVID-19. En su casa, todos los neoyorquinos debe auto-monitor. medios de autocontrol que comprobar usted mismo para la fiebre y se mantienen alerta para la tos, dificultad para respirar o dolor de garganta. Es importante que las personas que tienen estos síntomas se queden en casa y no asista al trabajo, la escuela, eventos públicos o reuniones de grupo.

La mayoría de las enfermedades causadas por el coronavirus es leve. Si usted piensa que tiene COVID-19 y su enfermedad es leve, usted no necesita ver a su proveedor de cuidados de la salud y que no es necesario hacerse la prueba. Esto se debe a hacerse la prueba no va a cambiar la forma en que su proveedor se hará cargo de usted. Si no se siente mejor en tres o cuatro días, llame a su proveedor.

Usted debe consultar con su médico si usted tiene:

  • Fiebre, tos, falta de aliento o de otro resfriado o gripe-como síntomas y no se siente mejor después de tres a cuatro días. El uso del teléfono, texto, la telemedicina o un portal del paciente para llegar en lugar de ir a su proveedor en persona.
  • Los síntomas leves y es un adulto mayor o tiene alguna de las condiciones de salud crónicas mencionadas anteriormente.

Usted y su proveedor deberán decidir si necesita venir a la atención médica. Usted no necesita ser probado no ser que se le admite en el hospital.

Si necesita ayuda para encontrar un proveedor de atención médica, llame al 311 .

Usted debe quedarse en casa y evitar que otras personas:
Todos los neoyorquinos deben tratar de quedarse en casa tanto como sea posible, incluso si se sienten bien. Evitar eventos y otras interacciones innecesarias retrasarán la propagación de COVID-19.

  • Las personas que están enfermas deben quedarse en casa. En estos casos, si no se siente mejor después de tres a cuatro días, consulte con su proveedor de atención médica por teléfono, texto, telemedicina, o portal paciente. Ellos le ayudarán a decidir si debe buscar atención en persona.
  • Si se queda en casa porque está enfermo, quédese en casa durante al menos siete días después de su enfermedad comenzó y tres días después de que la fiebre ha terminado sin medicamentos para bajar la fiebre.

Food Resources / Recursos Alimenticios

Complimentary Meals in Brooklyn

  • Greenpoint Reformed Church
    136 Milton St., 11222
    718- 383 -5941
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 6pm-7pm and Thu 4pm-7pm. ID required
  • St. Stephen Outreach
    874 Myrtle Ave., 11206
    718- 384- 5975
    Free meals during these hours: Wed, Fri 9am-10:30am and Wed-Fri 11am-1pm. Photo ID, proof of address, and proof of household required.
  • Catholic Charities St. John’s Food Pantry
    333 Hart St., 11206
    718 455 6864
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 7am-8am
  • Overcoming Love Ministries – Pulaski Family Residence
    228 Pulaski St., 11206
    718-235-1464
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 10am-4pm, Fri 2:30pm-4pm
  • Make the Road by Walking
    301 Grove St., 11237
    718-418-7690
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 7am-10am
  • Iglesia Pentecostal Arca de Salvacion
    72 Vanderbilt Ave, 11205
    646-907-4510
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 7:30am-9:30am
  • St. John’s Bread and Life Mobile Soup Kitchen
    98 Richard St., 11231
    718-574-0058
    Free meals during these hours:Tue 11:30am- 1pm, Fri 10:30am-12pm (except 1st Fri)
  • Recovery House of Worship (RHOW)
    360 Schermerhorn St., 11217
    718-875-1858 x108
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Tue, Fri 9am-10am, doors open 8am
  • CHIPS – Park Slope Christian Help
    200 4th Ave., 11217
    718-237-2962
    Free meals during these hours:Mon-Fri 9am-11am (breakfast to go); Mon-Sat 11:30am1pm (hot lunch); Mon-Fri 1pm – 4pm (bag lunch);
  • Hope City Empowerment Center
    650 Washington Ave., 11238
    718-857-5698
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu, Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm; Sat 9am-11am
    Every other Fri 9am-11am.
  • Church of God Feeding the Hungry
    836 Classon Ave., 11238
    718 230 5955
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 11:30am-1:30pm
  • Grace Reformed Church of Flatbush
    1800 Bedford Ave., 11225
    718 287 4343
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 11am-1pm
  • Salvation Army Bedford Temple Corps
    601 Lafayette Ave., 11216
    718 622 9020
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 10am-12pm. Photo ID required, proof of address.
  • St. George Episcopal Church
    800 Marcy Ave, 11216
    718 789 6036
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 10:30am-12pm
  • Stuyvesant Heights Christian Church
    69 MacDonough St., 11216
    718 783 538
    Free meals during these hours: Every other Thu 5pm-6pm
  • Agape Social Services Beulah
    956 Marcy Ave., 11216
    718 636 8500 x16
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 12pm-2pm. ID required
  • Family Life Development Center
    1476 Bedford Ave., 11216
    718 636 4938
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 8am-6pm. Must come with ID
  • St. John’s Bread and Life
    795 Lexington Avenue, 11221
    718 574 0058 x240
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 8am-12:30pm
  • Open Door Family Life Center
    999 Greene Ave., 11221
    718 455 3545
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 8:30am-10:30am, Sun 9am-10:30am
  • Bridge St. AME Missionary
    277 Stuyvesant Ave, 11221
    718 452 3936
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 11am-1:30pm
  • King Emmanuel Community Services
    340-44 Malcolm X Blvd, 11233
    718 773 1650
    Free meals during these hours: Thu, Fri 10:30am-12pm. Bring ID
  • St. Matthews Roman Church
    1351 Lincoln Pl., 4th Fl., 11213
    718 774 6747
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 9am-12pm. Ring buzzer
  • Bethany United Methodist Church
    1208 St. John’s Pl., 11213
    718 774 5689
    Free meals during these hours:Tue 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Mt. Hebron Food for Life Pantry
    167 Chester St., 11212
    646 220 1826
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 9am-10:30am Photo ID
  • Salvation Army Brownsville Corps
    280 Riverdale Avenue, 11212
    718 345 7050 x4026
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 9am-12pm, 1:30pm-4pm
    Photo ID, proof of address and proof of income required for registration.
  • Overcoming Love Ministries – Van Siclen Family Residence
    246 Jamaica Ave., 11207
    718 235 1464
    Free meals during these hours: Thu-Sat 4pm-7pm
  • Overcoming Love Ministries – Liberty Cafe
    275 Liberty Ave., 11207
    718 235 1464
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am-1:30pm
  • Las Maravillas Del Exodo
    302 Elton St., 11208
    347 242 6337
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 11am-12pm. Photo ID required.
  • Sunset Park Emergency Food Program / The Center for Family Life
    443 39th St., 11220
    718 492 3585
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 10am-1pm; Wed, Thu 11am-1pm. ID required
  • Salvation Army Sunset Park Corp
    520 50th St., 11220
    718 438 1771
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm
  • Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
    526 60th St., 11220
    718 492 9200
    Free meals during these hours: 1st, 2nd Sat 10am-12pm. Photo ID and proof of address required for adults, birth certificate or health plus card for children.
  • Zichron Acheinu Levy Menachem Tzion
    928 44th St., 11219
    718-774 0742
    Free meals during these hours: Zichron Acheinu Levy Menachem Tzion 928 44th St., 11219 Fri 11:30am-12:30pm
  • Salvation Army Bay Ridge
    252 86th Street, 11209
    718-238-2991
    Free meals during these hours: Salvation Army Bay Ridge 252 86th Street, 11209 Mon-Thu 8:30am-3:30pm by appointment. 718 238 2991 Photo ID and proof of address required for all household members
  • Bensonhurst COJO / Kosher Food Program
    8635 21st Ave., Ste. 1B, 11214
    718-333-1834
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 10am-4pm. All food is kosher
  • Reaching Out Community Services Inc.
    7708 New Utrecht Ave., 1121
    718-373-4565
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 9am-4pm; Wed 9am-6pm; Fri 9am-4pm.
    Must register first with proof of address. SNAP assistance available – to apply bring a photo ID, benefits card, and utility bill (any kind). Call first for appointment, 718-373-4565 ext 101.
  • Calvary Pentecostal Church
    151 Woodruff Ave, 11226
    Thu 11am-1pm
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 11am-1pm
  • Holy Cross Church Food Pantry
    2530 Church Ave., 11226
    718-469-5900
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu 2pm-3:30pm
  • Masbia of Flatbush
    1372 Coney Island Ave., 11230
    718-972-4446
    Free meals during these hours: Sun-Thu 3pm-7:30pm
    Fri 7am-11am
  • Triumphant Breakthrough Pantry
    889 Rutland Rd., 11203
    718-774-4696
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 4pm-6pm. ID required
  • United Community Baptist Kitchen
    545 Utica Ave., 11203
    718-467-7708
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 10am-12pm
  • Brooklyn Faith SDA Church
    5518 Church Avenue, 11203
    347 691 0293
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 12pm-3pm, or until food runs out; Thu 2pm-4pm
  • Canarsie Cluster Food Pantry (Our Lady of Miracles)
    757 E. 86th St., 11236
    347-400-7141
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 10am-11:30am. ID required
  • Sephardic Bikur Holim- Kosher
    425 Kings Hwy, 11223
    718-787 -1100 x354
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 9:30am-12:30pm; Wed, Fri 9:15am-12:15pm; Tue, Thu by appointment only. ID required
  • Catholic Charities Our Lady of Solace
    2866 W. 17th St., 11224
    718-266-1612
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 9:30am-1:30pm. ID required for all household members. Proof of residence in Brooklyn required.
  • Shorefront Jewish Community Council- Kosher1
    28 Brighton Beach Avenue, 4th floor, 11235
    718-743-0576
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-2pm

Complimentary Meals in Queens

  • Iglesia Alianza Cristiana Misionera Ebenezer
    43-02 38th St., 11101
    718 729 1944
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 11am-1pm
  • St. Raphael’s Food Pantry
    35-20 Greenpoint Ave., Rectory basement, 11101
    718 729 8957
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 10:30am-12pm, Sat 1:30pm-3pm ID required
  • Salvation Army Astoria Food Pantry
    4518 Broadway, 11103
    718 721 9046
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am-12pm Wed 9:30am-11:30am ID required and proof of address
  • Hour Children Food Pantry
    36-11 12th St. between 36th & 37th Ave., 11106
    718 482 8226
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 2pm-4pm, Tue 10:30am-12:30pm, Thu 3pm-5pm Call before going. Photo ID and proof of address required first visit. Bring your own bag.
  • ACQC (AIDS Center of Queens County), Woodside
    62-07 Woodside Ave., 3rd Fl., 11377
    718 472 9400
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu 10am-12pm Arrive early to get a ticket. Photo ID required.
  • First Baptist Church
    100-10 Astoria Blvd., 11369
    718 446 0200
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 12pm-1pm. Sat 12pm-2pm
  • St Mark AME Church – The Voices of Hagar Food Pantry
    9518 Northern Blvd., 11372
    718 205 0506
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 12pm-2:30pm
  • Salvation Army-Queens Temple
    86-07 35th Ave., 11372
    718 335 3693
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 12pm–1pm (Mon and Fri is “To Go”); Wed 9:30am-10:30am Proof of Address of the client. Names of the members of the family in the house.
  • Mt. Olivet Gospel Church
    33-27 97 St., 11368
    718 478 0780
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm. ID required, bring bags
  • Mt. Horeb Baptist Church
    10920 34th Ave., 11368
    718 639 9066
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 12pm – 2pm
  • Corona SDA Church
    35-30 103rd St., 11368
    718 429 7050
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 9am-11am ,Sun 12pm-2pm
  • Jewish Institute of Queens
    60-05 Woodhaven Blvd., 11373
    718 426 9369 x229
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 10:30am-12pm
  • La Jornada
    135-32 38th Ave., 11354
    917 880 5693
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 9am-11am except 4th Sat of the month; Sat 11am-1pm ID required after first visit.
  • South Asian Council for Social Services (SACSS) Food Pantry
    143-06 45th Ave., 11355
    718 321 7929
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 10:30am-2:30pm
  • Queens Jewish Community Council- Kosher
    119-45 Union Turnpike, 11375
    718 544 9033
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 11am-2pm.
  • Masbia of Rego Park
    98-08 Queens Blvd., 11374
    718 972 4446
    Free meals during these hours: Sun-Thu 2pm-5pm, dinner to go.
  • Masbia of Rego Park- Kosher
    98-08 Queens Blvd., 11374
    718 972 4446
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 7am-11am.
  • Kehilat Sephardim of Ahavat Achim- Kosher
    150-62 78 Rd., 11367
    718 591 9574
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Wed 10am-2pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Photo ID and proof of address required.
  • Richmond Hill SDA Community Services
    114-08 Jamaica Ave, 11418
    718 301 3179
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 8am-9am
  • River Fund
    89-11 Lefferts Blvd., 11418
    718 441 1125
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 8am-11:00am.
  • Our Lady of Grace Parish Ministries
    158-10 101st Street, 11414
    718 845 6635
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu 10:30am-1pm ID required.
  • Christina Home Care Food Pantry
    120-13 Liberty Ave., 11419
    917 592 8686
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 2pm-5pm
  • First United Methodist Church of Jamaica
    16210 Highland Ave., 11432
    718 739 2269
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 8:30am-9:30am, Thu 6-7pm Current ID required with current address
  • Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
    88-19 Parsons Blvd., 11432
    718 739 0241
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 5:30pm-6:30pm. 1st and 3rd Tue 4:30pm-6pm.
  • Salvation Army Jamaica Citadel
    90-23 161st Street, 11432
    718 297 4860
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Wed 12pm-1pm , Thu 10am-11am Register in person for food pantry with valid photo ID and proof of address. Must register ahead of time on Mon, Tue, or Wed 2-3:30pm.
  • River Fund Mobile Unit – Queens
    Rufus King Park, 150 St between 89 Ave. & Jamaica Ave., 11432
    718 441 1125
    Free meals during these hours: 1st and 3rd Tue, 11am-12:30pm
  • Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral of New York
    110-31 Merrick Blvd., 11433
    718 206 4600
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Thu 11am-1pm; Mon, Thu 11am-1pm, 4th Thu of the month 5pm-7pm
  • Rush Temple A.M.E. Zion Church
    119-48 Sutphin Blvd., 11434
    718 529 5719
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 9am-10am , Wed 12pm-1:30pm;
  • J.I.T.A. COMMUNITY OUTREACH CENTER
    89-17 139th Street, 11435
    718 908 6303
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Sat 3-5pm
  • Union United Methodist Church
    126-22 150th Street, 11436
    718 529 3691
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 6:30pm-7:30pm, Fri 4pm-5:30pm.
  • Holy Ghost Upper Room Filling Station Ministry
    146-17 133rd Ave., 11436
    718 529 2060
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 10am-12pm. ID and proof of address needed for all household members.
  • Catholic Charities Church of the Incarnation
    89-28 207th St., 11427
    718 465 8534
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 12pm-2pm ID required
  • Queens Tabernacle Church
    114-03 Colfax St., 11411
    718 465 4448
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 8am-12pm (until food runs out), Tue 3pm-5pm
  • Second Chance Agape Worship Center
    200-12 Hollis Avenue, 11412
    917 767 6262
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 12pm-2pm
  • First Church of God in Christ
    187-10 Baisley Blvd., 11412
    718 712 4831
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 12pm-1:30pm , Thu 1:30pm-3pm. Photo ID required for pantry, tickets handed out at 12pm.
  • Queens Faith Temple Outreach Center
    217-03 Merrick Blvd., 11413
    917 603 9295
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 2pm – 4pm
  • The Campaign Against Hunger at World Harvest Deliverance Center
    1521 Central Ave, 11691
    718 773 355
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 3pm-6pm
  • J.U.S.T.I.C.E. Organization/Jesus is Justice Mission Inc
    223 Beach 28 St., 1st Fl, 11691
    718 772 7951
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 12pm-2pm
  • Bethel A.M.E. Church
    215 Beach 77th St., 11692
    718 474 7712
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 11am-1pm
  • Catholic Charities BFFY – St. Vincent de Paul at St. Rose of Lima
    130 Beach 84th St., 11693
    718 634 7394
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Fri 10am-11:45am Photo ID and proof of address

Complimentary Meals in Manhattan

  • Church of the Good Shepherd
    104 Cooper St. 10034
    212-567-1300
    Free meals during these hours: Call organization
  • New York City Love Kitchen
    3816 9th Ave., 10034
    212-932-4204
    Free meals during these hours: Mon- Fri 4:30-630pm
    1st, 2nd, 3rd Thu 2-3pm Photo ID and proof of address
  • Jewish Community Council- Kosher
    121 Bennett Ave, #11A 10033
    212-568-5450
    Free meals during these hours: Tue-Thu 11-1pm Photo ID and proof of address. Registration between 12:30-1PM.
  • Catholic Charities- St. Rose of Lima
    512 W 165th St., 10032
    646-630-2390
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 10am-4pm Proof of Address and ID for each family member
  • Community League of the Heights
    508 W. 159th St., 10032
    212- 795-4779
    Free meals during these hours: Wed & Sat 9am-11am Picture ID. Must be registered with community center- Book apts Tues and Thu
  • City Harvest Washington Heights – Prince Hall Mobile Market
    454 West 155th St. (St. Nicholas, curbside on 155th street), 10032
    646-412-0743
    Free meals during these hours: 2nd Thu and 4th Sat 9:30am- 11:30am Must be registered with the community center. Picture ID and proof of address
  • Father Creavin’s Food Pantry- 151st St.
    276 W. 151st St., 10039
    212-281-2100
    Free meals during these hours: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tue of the month 9am-10am Photo ID
  • Union Baptist Church
    240 W. 145 St., 10039
    212-862-3002
    Free meals during these hours: 1:30-2:30pm
  • St. Charles Borromeo Church
    211 West 141 Street, 10030
    212-281-2100
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 8:30-11:30am Photo ID and proof of address. Call Friday before pickup
  • Iris House West Side
    2348 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., 10030
    646- 548-0100
    Free meals during these hours: Tue-Fri 12-1:30pm
    Thu 2-4pm
  • Salvation Army Harlem Temple
    540 Lenox Avenue, 10037
    212-862-3900
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am- 12:30pm
  • Salvation Army Harlem Temple
    540 Lenox Avenue, 10037
    212-862-3900
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am- 12:30pm Referral, ID proof of address
  • Grand Central Food Program- Harlem Hospital
    137th St. and Lenox Ave., 10037
    212-776-2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mobile Soup Kitchen: Mon-Sun 8:45pm
  • Catholic Charities- Rusty Syaub Central Harlem Food Pantry
    34 West 134th St., 10037
    212-862-6401 x425
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 9:30am-12pm Photo ID and proof of address
  • Metropolitan Baptist Church
    151 W. 128 St, 10027
    212-663-8990
    Free meals during these hours: 12pm- food is finished ,Wed, Fri 12pm- food gone
  • Safe Horizon Streetwork Project
    209 West 125th Street, 2nd fl 10027
    212-695-2220
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 3-5pm New intakes 10:15-11:15am
  • Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Community Meals Program
    201 Lenox Ave, 10027
    212-846-1155
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 12:30-1:30pm , Tue, Wed 10:30-11:30am (9:30 line up)
  • Chilis on Wheels
    125th Street and Park Ave
    303-618-0528
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 3-6pm
  • Beth- Hark Christian Counseling Center
    2-26 East 120th, St., 10035
    212-860-1520/1523
    Free meals during these hours: Wed, Thu 12-2pm , By apt Tue 1-3:30 and Thu 3:30-6pm Bring ID and proof of address
  • Friendly Hands Ministry Inc.
    229 E. 118th St, 10035
    347-380-1436
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm ID required
  • Catholic Charities St. Cecilia’s Parish Services
    125 East 105th St., 10029
    212- 348-0488
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 9-11am
  • Fraternite Notre Dame
    2290 First Ave, 10035
    212-876-5855
    Free meals during these hours: Tue- Fri 10:30-1pm , Fri 2-4pm Bring your own bags
  • Cathedral Community Cares
    1047 Amsterdam Avenue, 10025
    212-316-7583
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 8AM – 12PM
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel
    230 East 90th Street, 10128
    212-289-1742
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 7am-8am
  • Unitarian Church of All Souls
    1157 Lexington Ave., 10075
    212-628-8568
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 7pm-8pm, Fri 12pm-1pm
  • Temple Shaaray Tefil
    250 East 79th St. (entrance on 79th), 10075
    212-535-8008
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 11:30am-12:30pm, arrive at 11am.
  • Church of The Epiphany
    1393 York Ave., 10021
    212-737-2720
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 7pm. Doors open 6pm, check-in 6:45pm.
  • Mother’s Kitchen at Ascension Church
    221 W 107th St, 10025
    212-222-0666
    Free meals during these hours: 1st Sat 11am-4pm; in the basement of Church; 2nd Wed 5:30pm-7pm, 4th Sat 10am-12pm Bring government ID and reusable shopping bag.
  • Franciscan Community Center, Holy Name Church
    207 West 96th St., 10025
    212-932-8040 x33
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 11am-3pm. Photo ID required. Clients may come once a month.
  • St. Matthew’s-St. Timothy’s Church
    26 W. 84th St., 10024
    212-362-6750
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 2pm-3pm.
  • Holy Trinity Church Breakfast Line
    213 W. 82nd St., 10024
    212 787 0634
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Sun 8:30am-9am. 3rd Sat 10:30am-11am
  • West End Collegiate Church
    245 W. 77th St. between Broadway & West End Ave., 10024
    212 787 1566
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 4:30pm-5:30pm.
  • National Council of Jewish Women
    241 West 72nd Street, 10023
    212 687 5030
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 4:30pm-5:30pm, Sun 11:30am-12:30pm; Mon 9:30am – 2pm. Photo ID and proof of address for all household members required first time
  • The Brown Bag Program at Christ & St. Stephen’s Church
    120 W. 69th St., 10023
    212 580 8179
    Free meals during these hours: Brown Bag Program: Mon-Fri 9:30am-10:30am
  • Church of St. Paul the Apostle Loaves and Fishes
    405 West 59th St., 10019
    212 265 3495
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu 11:30am-12:15pm; 3rd Sat 9am-10am
  • St. Paul’s House
    335 W. 51st St., 10019
    212 265 5433
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 8am – 8:40am , Tue 10am-11am Must live between 10th St. and 89th St. on the West Side. ID and proof of residence required
  • Central Synagogue Breakfast Program
    123 E. 55th St, 10022
    212 838 5122
    Free meals during these hours: Thu, Fri 6am-7:30am. Hot meal with bagged lunch.
  • St. Clements Food Pantry
    423 W. 46th St., 10036
    212 246 7277 x22
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 4pm-6pm (except the first Fri of the month), Sat (except 1st Sat) 9:30am-11:30am. ID required first time to register
  • St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
    308 W. 46th St., 10036
    212 246 3540
    Free meals during these hours: Tue, Thu 1pm-2pm
  • Sylvia Rivera Food Pantry
    446 W. 36th St., 10018
    212 629 7440
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 9am-10am (groceries); Tue-Fri 1pm-3pm; Tue-Fri 10am-3pm emergency pantry. Bring your own bag for pantry
  • St. Francis of Assisi
    139 W. 31st St., 10001
    212 736 8500
    Free meals during these hours: Everyday 7am-7:30am. Sandwiches and coffee line starts at around 6:30am. Fri, Sat 9am-11am. Must register by calling 212-471-4246
  • Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen
    296 9th Ave., 10001
    212-924-0167
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am-12:30pm
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
    346 W. 20th St., 10011
    212-929-2390
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 10:30am-11:30am
  • Salvation Army New York Temple
    132 West 14th St., 1001
    212-337-7469
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-1pm . Mon-Fri 9:30am-11am, 1:30pm-3pm Food pantry requires ID and proof of address. Please call 212-337-7469 for an appt.
  • New York City Rescue Mission
    90 Lafayette Street, 10013
    212-226-6214
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Sun 8am-9am, 6-7pm
  • Church of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village
    371 6th Ave, 10014
    917-754-8901
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 1:30pm-3pm
  • Grand Central Food Program – Union Square (Mobile)
    Union Square, 10003
    212-776-2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Sun 8:30pm
  • Trinity’s Services and Food for the Homeless
    602 E 9th St., 10009
    212-228-5254
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 11am-12pm; Mon-Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm ID for all household members required for pantry
  • The Bowery Mission
    227 Bowery, 10002
    212-674-3456
    Free meals during these hours: Everyday breakfast 8am – 9am, lunch 1pm – 2pm, dinner 6pm – 7pm , Mon-Fri 9am – 11am.
  • Grand Central Food Program – Bowery Mission (Mobile)
    227 Bowery, 10002
    212-776-2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Sun 8:20PM
  • Grand Central Food Program – Staten Island Ferry Terminal (Mobile)
    Staten Island Ferry, 10004
    212-776-2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Sun 8pm
  • Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
    1 West 4th St., 10012
    212-674-5300
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 5pm-6pm.
  • Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
    921 Madison Ave., 10021
    212-288-8920
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 6:15pm-7:30pm
  • Grand Central Food Program – Central Park
    5th Ave. and 72nd St., 10021
    212 -776-2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mobile Soup Kitchen: Mon-Sun 9:15pm;
  • Christ Church United Methodist
    524 Park Ave., 10065
    212-838-3036
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 4:30pm-6:30pm
  • St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
    225 W. 99th St., 10025
    212-222-2700
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 10am-11:30am

Complimentary Meals in the Bronx

  • BOOM!Health Harm Reduction Center
    226 East 144th St., 3rd Fl., 10451
    718 292 7718 x228
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 12:15pm-1pm
  • The Campaign Against Hunger at Andrew Jackson Housing Dev
    785 Courtlandt Ave, 10451
    718 773 3551
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 12pm-2pm
  • Salvation Army Bronx Citadel
    425 E. 159th St., 10451
    718 665 8472
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 1pm-2pm , Tue 10am-1pm ID and proof of address required to register. By apt only.
  • St. Luke’s Food Pantry
    623 E. 138th St., 1045
    718 665 6677
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 10am-12pm. ID required
  • St. Ann’s Church of Morrisania
    295 St. Ann’s Ave, 10454
    718 585 5632
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 11:30am-2pm; Wed, Fri 10:30am-2pm ID required
  • United Bronx Parents Soup Kitchen
    1006 East 151st St., 10455
    718 991 7100
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm; Wed, Fri 10am-12pm.
  • St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church
    940 E. 156th St., 10455
    718 589 4430
    Free meals during these hours: Sun 9am-10am, Wed 6-7pm
  • Grand Central Food Program – 164th St. & Ogden
    NE corner of 164th St. & Ogden Ave., 10452
    212 776 2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mobile Soup Kitchen: Mon-Sun 8:25pm;
  • Bread Basket at Woodycrest United Methodist Church
    89 West 166th St., 10452
    718 538 7500
    Free meals during these hours: Wed 12pm-2pm
  • Grand Central Food Program – 170th & Jerome
    170th St. & Jerome, 10452
    212 776 2000
    Free meals during these hours: Mobile Soup Kitchen: Mon-Sun 8:30pm
  • Community Food Pantry at Highbridge
    1363 Ogden Ave., 10452
    718 960 2262
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 10am-12pm, Thu 1-3pm; 1st Sat 10am-12pm ID with photo and current address required.
  • New Covenant Community Development Corporation
    1175 Boston Road, 10456
    718 328 6072 x119
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 4pm-6pm, Thu 10am-1pm ID required
  • All Saints Episcopal Church
    230 E. 60th St., 10022
    212-758-0447
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 4:30pm-5:30pm
  • Broadway Community
    601 W 114th St, 10025
    212-864-6100 X128
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 10am-2pm; Mon 3pm-4pm,

Complimentary Meals in Staten Island

  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – St. Michael’s Church
    207 Harbor Rd., 10303
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: 4th Sun 1pm-1:30pm
  • Project Hospitality – El Centro De Hospitalidad
    1546 Castleton Ave, 10302
    347 825 2086
    Free meals during these hours: Thu 4pm-5:30pm, Sat 8am-10:00am.
  • Rescue Ministries/Ministerio Rescate
    2083 Richmond Terrace, 10302
    917 822 0269
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 8:30am-1pm ,Tue 11:30am-1pm;
  • The Salvation Army: Port Richmond
    1295 Forest Ave, 10302
    718 442 2145 x203
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 10am-2pm. Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30am-1pm;
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – Carpenter House
    385 Jersey St., 10301
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 12:30pm-1pm
  • Trinity Lutheran Church
    309 St. Paul’s Ave., entrance at 175 Beach St., 10304
    718 447 0526
    Free meals during these hours: Sat 11am-1pm ,Sat 12pm-1pm,
  • Salvation Army Stapleton
    15 Broad St., 10304
    718 448 8480
    Free meals during these hours: Mon, Fri 11:30am-1pm, Tue-Thu 12pm-1:30pm by appointment ID with proof of address required.
  • Stapleton Union AME Church
    49 Tompkins Ave, 10304
    718 273 2857
    Free meals during these hours: Mon 3pm-4pm, Wed 12pm-1pm; Tue, Fri 10am-1pm. ID required for all household members for pantry.
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – SI University Hospital North
    475 Seaview Ave, 10305
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 11:30am-12:15pm
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – South Beach Houses
    155 Norway Ave, 10305
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 1:45pm-2:45pm.
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – Cedar Grove and Topping St
    Cedar Grove Ave. and Topping St, 10306
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Fri 11:30am-12pm. C
  • All Saints Church Episcopal Ministry
    2329 Victory Blvd. (entrance in rear), 10314
    718 698 1338
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Wed, Fri 10am-12pm
  • JCC Kosher Food Pantry
    1466 Manor Rd., 10314
    718 475 5242
    Free meals during these hours: Mon-Thu 10:30am-6:30pm; Fri 10am – 12pm. ID required. All pantry pick-up by appointment
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – SI University Hospital South
    390 Seguine Ave, 10309
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 12:30pm-1pm
  • St. Edward Food Pantry/Franciscan Handmaids of Mary
    6581 Hylan Blvd., 10309
    718 984 1625
    Free meals during these hours: Wed, Sat 10am-12:45pm Photo ID and proof of address required first time.
  • Project Hospitality Mobile Pantry – Bethel Methodist
    7033 Amboy Rd, 10307
    718 815 0800
    Free meals during these hours: Tue 2:15pm-3pm
  • St. Paul’s Methodist Church South Shore Food Pantry
    7558 Amboy Rd., 10307
    718 227 2485
    Free meals during these hours: Thu, Fri 9am-1pm. Must call first for an appointment Require a valid Photo ID.