TOUCH, which stands for Together Our Unity Can Heal, is celebrating 25 years of service. The more than 50 food pantries in Rockland County are joining forces to meet the need.
More and more New Yorkers have been reaching out to soup kitchens to feed their families, new research showed Wednesday.
The Marines unloaded more than 2,000 turkeys donated by Stop & Shop for the upcoming holidays.
The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County gave away more than 15,000 turkeys last year, but the number is much lower this year.
Kate Manning, author of “My Notorious Life”, shares four charities in New York City where you can give back this holiday season.
Feeding centers with volunteers handing out food to others in need have become a familiar sight in the months since Superstorm Sandy decimated the Tri-State Area, but have you ever wondered where it all comes from?
Finding the right fit for the family can be tough, but these area organizations hit it out of the park every time.
The organization announced Tuesday that recipients who lost their food items because flooding, power outages or equipment failure can reclaim the food stamp benefit value.
The initiative will have a special focus on households with children, the working poor, and senior citizens.
When asked what made firefighter Capt. Sean Giery spend his time on Christmas Eve preparing meals for City Meals on Wheels and not at home spending time with his family, the answer was good will.