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"Bucket Brigades" Webinar

Posted by bboyd on August 10, 2015

Watch Our Executive Director Joel Berg's Exclusive Webinar on the Bucket Brigades and the Fight Against Hunger here:

 


USDA National Hunger Hotline PSAs

Posted by bboyd on May 4, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the New York City Coalition Against Hunger is now operating the USDA National Hunger Hotline. The hotline is a resource for individuals and families seeking information on how to obtain food. The National Hunger Hotline staff connects callers with emergency food providers in their community, government assistance programs, and various social services. During summer months, the hotline serves as a vital resource connecting children 18 years old and under at approved sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.


NYCCAH In Australia: October Public Lectures

Posted by bboyd on September 29, 2014

Joel will be in Australia as a guest of the Sydney-based Right to Food Coalition, and will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural food security conference being held in Sydney on 13 & 14 October.


Meet Our Team!

Posted by bboyd on May 27, 2014

Meet our staff in this new short video...


Mayor Bloomberg Tells City's Poor Not to Get Discouraged

Posted by bboyd on September 23, 2012

DAILY NEWS: Mayor Bloomberg tells city's poor not to get discouraged, says the economy will renew - Comments draw ire of critics as number of residents living below poverty line rose 4.5 percent in 2011

By Christina Boyle / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Times are tough — but hang in there.

That was Mayor Bloomberg’s message Friday as he railed at the “bums” in Washington who don’t know how to fix the economy, and faced off criticism that his administration hasn’t done enough to help the poor.


Times Editorial Calls Farm Bill Mediocre; NYCCAH Feels It's Too Kind a Description

Posted by bboyd on June 25, 2012

Yesterday, the New York Times Editorial Board called last week's Senate-approved Farm Bill "mediocre". NYCCAH feels "mediocre" is too kind a description.


6/15: NYCCAH Co-Sponsoring FREE Conference: Ending Hunger & Poverty in NYC

Posted by bboyd on June 13, 2012

Friday, NYCCAH is pleased to be co-sponsoring "Ending Hunger and Poverty in NYC: A conference for anti-hunger advocates, emergency food providers, and faith leaders"!

CONFERENCE FLYER

Friday June 15
Sixth Street Community Synagogue
325 E. 6th Street, NYC (btwn 1st and 2nd Ave)

Agenda (with initial confirmed speakers)


New York Times Endorses Gillibrand Amendment; Opposes Cuts to SNAP/Food Stamps in Farm Bill

Posted by bboyd on June 13, 2012

Yesterday, the New York Times Editorial Board endorsed an amendment proposed by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to restore funding to SNAP/food stamps in the Farm Bill.


VIDEO Senator Gillibrand: "
As a mother and a lawmaker, watching a child go hungry is something I just will not stand for"

Posted by bboyd on June 6, 2012

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's YouTube page has posted video coverage of the Senate Agriculture Committee deliberate on the Farm Bill.

Watch her impassioned stand against cuts to SNAP/food stamps that will impact hundreds of thousands of hungry New Yorkers:

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Huffington Post has the video and full article HERE


Sen. Gillibrand, 'Top Chef' Tom Colicchio Join NYCCAH to Oppose Cuts to SNAP/Food Stamps in the Farm Bill

Posted by bboyd on June 5, 2012

Yesterday at Union Square Greenmarket in Manhattan, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), joined by "Top Chef" Tom Colicchio, the New York City Coalition Against Hunger's Joel Berg, and hunger advocates of all stripes, denounced cuts to SNAP/food stamps funding in the Farm Bill.


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