Food and Meal Assistance
One in six New Yorkers — over 1.4 million people — are food insecure.* They often can’t feed themselves, and may not be sure where their next meal will come from. You have a right to a nourishing meal, and we never want you to go hungry.
If you or your family struggle to afford regular meals, please contact your nearest Salvation Army service provider to inquire about meal services. There are dozens of meal and food opportunities in the Greater New York area, which may include soup kitchens, food pantries, grocery orders, food vouchers and more.
*NYCCAH 2014 Hunger Report