More and more New Yorkers have been reaching out to soup kitchens to feed their families, new research showed Wednesday.
The religious charities have partnered to help New York soup kitchens and food pantries in this time of higher demand partly due to superstorm Sandy.
There’s a growing number of Americans who won’t be setting their tables at home. Instead, many Americans will be eating at soup kitchens across the country.
The cost of food, couple with a tough economy, is driving more people to seek help from local food pantries, not just in the city but even in the affluent suburbs.