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The Food Bank For New York City

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Central Harlem »

If you make $64,000 or less a year, you may qualify for free tax prep assistance.

Long Island City »

NYCHA residents can get quick, free help filing their taxes at 22 locations this year.

Hunts Point »

The soup kitchen will be located at the Bright Temple AME Church in Hunts Point.

West Harlem »

Too many children are left missing meals in the summer before school. This program wants to change that.

Hunts Point »

Volunteers with the Food Bank For New York City spent the day sorting, organizing and repackaging food.

Bed-Stuy »

The mayor called for policy changes in Albany and Washington, D.C. to address the hunger "crisis."

Morrisania »

A recent Health Department inspection found unsanitary conditions in the church's food pantry. 

Hunts Point »

Hundreds of volunteers showed up at the Food Bank's distribution center in The Bronx.

Rego Park »

Principal Monica Powers Meade believes that children should be exercising and eating nutritious meals.

Claremont »

The Food Bank's forum series, moderated by DNAinfo reporters, focus on state Senate and Assembly races.

Concourse »

Canty, a Bronx native, was in the borough to promote healthy eating with the Food Bank..

East Harlem »

The initiative will provide backpacks full of healthy food for 150 kids to take home on weekends.

Midtown »

The 85-year-old restaurant will now serve breakfast, starting Monday.

Manhattan »

How to get away from public displays of affection this Valentine's Day.

Midtown & Theater District »

A new study finds more college educated New Yorkers are having trouble paying for food.