Below you will find a list of food resources specific to the New York City immigrant community during the COVID-19 outbreak. You may also find resources more specific to your needs from the categories above.
Grocery Delivery and other Mutual Aid Requests in Brooklyn
A mutual aid network in Brooklyn that usually responds within 48 hours and is well organized, but can’t always cover cost of groceries.
Search for groups in your neighborhood and resources for your specific needs- resources vary by neighborhood. You can also submit a request on their online form and someone will reach out to you with local resources.
Search the map to find a soup kitchen, food pantry, or senior center near you.
Search the map for food pantries and food banks by neighborhood.
Soup Kitchen and Food Pantries
Excel spreadsheet of active food pantries by neighborhood.
Order groceries and supplies from a volunteer network. They are not currently able to provide groceries free of cost, but when resources are available they will cover a delivery of staples. Choose the ‘I cannot pay for groceries at this time’ to check if this is a current option.
Order groceries and supplies from a volunteer network. They are not currently able to provide groceries free of cost, but when resources are available they will cover a dFree grocery delivery on a case to case basis to the unemployed, LGBTQI+ POC, students, freelance, senior citizens on a limited income, and other marginalized groups.
Free Meals at 400 NYC Meal Hubs
Any New Yorker who wants one can get three free meals a day at more than 400 Meal Hubs across the city, including vegetarian and halal options- find a location here.
Join the NYC Democratic Socialists of America Immigrant Justice Working Group
Keep up with our latest campaigns and initiatives, as well as help on projects such as these.