Breaking Bread NYC

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Breaking Bread NYC

$10 provides a vegan meal and $14 provides a CSA-box so that our partners can grow. 

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In June, we started with the goal of feeding 20 activists in NYC. We ended up feeding 1,000.

Help us as we set out in delivering 100,000 more meals to NY communities facing oppression, inequality, and food insecurity over the next 100 days.

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THE ISSUE WE FACE IN NYC. Currently, food shelters are overflowing, government resources are depleting, and a record number of people are out of work. With a slow economy, continued threat of COVID-19, homelessness on the rise, we are headed towards an unprecedented crisis, leaving community members (primarily People of Color) with the basic need for food and nourishment unmet.

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WHO WE WORK WITH. WHERE WE DELIVER. Breaking Bread is partnering with a range of organizations throughout the five boroughs. Organizations including NYC Action Lab to distribute meals to those with the most need within NYCHA Tenant Association(s) Manhattan, BLM Greater NY, Strategies for Black Lives, NYIC, First Spanish United Methodist, and Take Back the Bronx. We are also working with Alpha Arts Alliance, Phoenix Community Garden, and Occupy City Hall, and more.

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OUR FOOD PARTNERS. We work with local NY restaurants that are predominantly owned/run by Black, Brown, and/or Indigenous chefs and business owners. We believe in closing the financial gap and keeping resources + support within the communities that have for too long been neglected. 

Every chef and business owner we work with completes a transparency survey so that we can all hold one another accountable for exactly who and why we are working with our growing list of partners.

We work with The Giving Back Fund (a 501c3 organization) as our fiscal sponsor. donations are tax-deductible.

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When
Wednesday July 21st
Where
New York, NY, USA
New York, NY, USA

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$10 provides a vegan meal and $14 provides a CSA-box so that our partners can grow.

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donations are tax deductable.

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In June, we started with the goal of feeding 20 activists in NYC. We ended up feeding 1,000.

Help us as we set out in delivering 100,000 more meals to NY communities facing oppression, inequality, and food insecurity over the next 100 days.

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THE ISSUE WE FACE IN NYC. Currently, food shelters are overflowing, government resources are depleting, and a record number of people are out of work. With a slow economy, continued threat of COVID-19, homelessness on the rise, we are headed towards an unprecedented crisis, leaving community members (primarily People of Color) with the basic need for food and nourishment unmet.

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WHO WE WORK WITH. WHERE WE DELIVER. Breaking Bread is partnering with a range of organizations throughout the five boroughs. Organizations including NYC Action Lab to distribute meals to those with the most need within NYCHA Tenant Association(s) Manhattan, BLM Greater NY, Strategies for Black Lives, NYIC, First Spanish United Methodist, and Take Back the Bronx. We are also working with Alpha Arts Alliance, Phoenix Community Garden, and Occupy City Hall, and more.

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OUR FOOD PARTNERS. We work with local NY restaurants that are predominantly owned/run by Black, Brown, and/or Indigenous chefs and business owners. We believe in closing the financial gap and keeping resources + support within the communities that have for too long been neglected. 

Every chef and business owner we work with complete a transparency survey so that we can all hold one another accountable for exactly who and why we are working with our growing list of partners.

We work with The Giving Back Fund (a 501c3 organization) as our fiscal sponsor.

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