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 community or visit a food  bank...


If you would like to discuss  holding a food drive in your  community or school,  please call POTS - Part of  the Solution - at 


 According to, in New York City, one of the richest
 cities in the world, food poverty is around every corner. Throughout the
 five boroughs, approximately 1.4 million people — mainly women, children,
 seniors, the working  poor and people with disabilities — rely on soup
 kitchens and food  pantries. Approximately 2.9 million New Yorkers
 experience difficulty affording food for themselves and their families,
 an increase of 60 percent since 2003.


You either think your differences are all that matters, or you think our common humanity is more important, and you look for ways to lift yourselves up by lifting others up,”
    --Former President Bill Clinton about what it means to
      volunteer and serve others

Take action now. Tell your members of Congress to protect Anti-hunger Programs! Ask him/her to visit a
food bank!
Feeding America requests your help by calling
Congress, the best way for  legislators to  understand this essential
issue of hunger in  your community and throughout America. 

Calling is easy.

Volunteer for a Food Pantry: Part of the Solution (POTS) in the
Bronx seeks volunteers to help feed the hungry year-round. Anyone interested can call (718) 220-4892 or email

Organize a Food Drive. Here's how...
Organizing a food drive is a great way to help people in your community.
You can select the local senior center, food pantry, or sheter that you
want to support..

                      Click below to see how you can REALLY  


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Where do kids eat when school is out in Summer? The Summer Food Service  Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children 18 years old and under at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children. Call 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE (for Spanish speakers) and a live operator will tell you where the closest sites serving free, nutritious summer meals are located. If your area is not  represented, here's how you can help your kids get their share
of this free summer meals initiative..


FEED helps feed the
 world, one purchase
 at a  time. FEED
Projects has donated
 7.5 million meals.
Buy a gift and provide  meals for a family in need.



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