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The New York Common Pantry

Submitted by CCPH on October 08, 2014. Columbia Community Partnership for Health

The New York Common Pantry is dedicated to reducing hunger throughout New York City while promoting dignity and self-sufficiency. Our Pantry Program is New York City's largest community-based food pantry and is designed to meet the needs of our families by providing culturally-appropriate and nutritiously-balanced food. Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the Common Pantry distributes grocery packages to thousands of families. Project Dignity is designed to meet other needs of homeless and hungry individuals in our community and consists of a range of services designed to meet the most basic needs of the Common Pantry’s clients - food, shelter, hygiene, medical services - as well as the larger, more challenging issues they face - long-term housing, health care, benefits and employment. The overall goal of the Program is to serve as a bridge back to health, well-being and self-sufficiency for our homeless and hungry clients.

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The New York Common Pantry
8 East 109th St
10029 New York , NY
United States
Phone: 917-720-9700
Fax: 917-720-9665
New York US