How do customers and clients contact your organization?:
Email, Telephone, Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc), Community Meetings
How often does your organization use social media?:
2-3x per week
Interesting Fact About the Organization:
We provide food and social services five days a week, serving over 10,000 New Yorkers annually.
Community members (approx.):
Number of staff/employees:
Robin Hood Foundation, Barker Welfare Foundation Frank Cross Foundation Howard E. Stark Charitable Foundation Lily Auchincloss Foundation Lippman Kanfer Family Foundation Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, Inc. Metzger-Price Fund North Star Fund Sandra Atlas Bass and Edythe & Sol G. Atlas Fund, Inc., Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP),. Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program (HPNAP), Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP), Capuchin Food Pantries Fund City Harvest Food Bank for New York City Fr. Anthony Vivona Bequest MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Mid Bedford Heights Lions Club St. Francis Food Pantries & Shelters WHY Hunger, American Express, Amazon SMile, The Atlantic Philanthropies, Credit Suisse, HSBC Philanthropic, Goldman Sachs Employee Matching Program
Food Bank, Food Pantry
About the Organization:
Since 1982 Neighbors Together has been fighting hunger and poverty with three integrated programs: Community Café, Empowerment Program, Community Action Program. Our three programs are designed to meet immediate and basic needs while creating pathways for our members to actively challenge the underlying conditions that perpetuate poverty. All of our activities are grounded in the needs and hopes of our neighbors, honoring the dignity of each individual and striving for the overall empowerment of our community.
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• Our Community Café provides free, nutritious meals to 400 people a day to ease the immediate crisis of hunger.
• Our Empowerment Program addresses the entrenchment of problems that lead to hunger: unemployment, lack of education, homelessness, addiction, and inadequate health care.
• Our Community Action Program organizes our members through education and action to transform public policies that too often compound rather than relieve poverty.