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The following are the options that were available at the time of writing this article.
Public initiatives, NYC
- Please read the interview with the NYC’s Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs about the food services that the City is providing to immigrants with or without papers during the pandemic. There are many options, without ID required.
- Brooklyn: Workers Justice Project is giving free meals to workers that live in Brooklyn. Please call Sunset Park (347) 422-0638 or Williamsburg (347) 889-6347.
- Staten Island
- Catholic Charities: Pantries open Thursday 10 am to 12 PM. 120 Anderson Ave, Staten Island, NY 10302.
- They also have a mobile pantry in different locations:
- 1. Cassidy Coles Senior Center at NYCHA Cassidy – Lafayette Houses. 125 Cassidy Place, SI, NY 10301. Mon 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm (*except third Monday of the month*)
- 2. Immaculate Conception Church. 128 Targee St., SI, NY 10304. Tues, 9:00 am – 10:00 am
- 3. St. Joseph’s Church. 463 Tompkins Ave., SI, NY 10305. Wed, 9:00 am – 10:00 am
- 4. CYO Community Center. 120 Anderson Ave., SI, NY 10302.
- 5. West Brighton Senior Center at NYCHA West Brighton Houses. 230 Broadway, SI, NY 10310. Fri, 9:30 am – 10:30 am. Phone 718-447-6330, ext. 2892.
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