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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.

Antonio Oliveri Drop-In Center
Address is 257 West 30th Street
(212) 947-3211
The center runs a soup kitchen on site too.

Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen
296 9th Avenue
Call (212) 924-0167
Need a ticket first.

St. Francis Breadline
Location: 135 West 31st Street
Telephone number – (212) 736-8500
Fresh foods, hot meals, lunches, and more may be served to residents in the area.

St. John’s Bread of Life
Address is 211 West 30th Street
(212) 564-9070

Westside Cluster – Oliveri Center
257 West 30th Street
Call (212) 947-3211
Bags of groceries, canned goods, fruits, and more are offered to people from the neighborhood.

Bettances Health Unit
Address: 280 Henry Street
Phone – (212) 227-9001
Need to have a referral in order to use this food bank.

Bowery Mission
227 Bowery Street
(212) 684-2800
Operates both a soup kitchen and food pantry for the Tompkins Square Park area. Hot lunches, healthy meals, and more are provided to the homeless and low income.

Dewitt Reformed Church
280 Rivington Street
Telephone – (212) 674-3341
Those who qualify, have proper ID and proof of hardship, can receive a bag of groceries. Other assistance may include clothes, baby formula, or even items such as Easter or Thanksgiving fruit and food baskets.

Foundation House – South
175 East Houston Street
Call (212) 475-1200 for hours on the Manhattan based food bank.

Our Lady of Sorrows
213 Stanton Street
Call (212) 673-0900

Primitive Christian Church
Address: 207-209 East Broadway
(212) 673-7868

St. Mary’s Church/St. Vincent
440 Grand Street
Telephone – (212) 674-3266
The charity is open Monday to Friday.

United Jewish Council
15-17 Bialy Stocker
Call (212) 673-9328 or dial (212) 475-6200.

American Indian Community House
Address: 404 Lafayette Street
Call (212) 598-0100

Address of pantry is 209 East 16th Street
Telephone number – (212) 475-0830
Manhattan families can get free groceries, meals, and more. Some Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas assistance may be offered too.

Catholic Worker Mary House
55 East 3rd Street
Main number is (212) 777-9617
Food, blankets, and personal hygiene goods are all available on site.

The Village Temple
Address – 33 East 12th Street
(212) 504-5219

University Community Social Services
44 2nd Avenue
Call (917) 754-9878

John Heuss House Drop-In Center
Main address is 42 Beaver Street
Dial – (212) 785-0774

Graffiti Community Ministries
Location is 184 East 7th Street
Telephone number – (212) 473-0044

Mary Help of Christians Food Pantry
440 East 12th Street
(212) 254-0058
Regardless of religion, the pantry may be able to help. Breads, frozen foods, rice, and maybe even baby formula is available for infants and new mothers.

Shelter and Food for Homeless
602 East 9th Street
(212) 228-5254
The center will provide one bag of groceries.

The Fathers Heart Ministries
543 East 11th Street
Main number is (212) 375-1765
The church will also have an on site soup kitchen and food pantry every First Sunday of month.

Catholic Center NYU
58 Washington Square – Enter the site on Thompson Street.
Phone – (212) 674-7236

Emmaus House
Location is 160 W. 120th St.
(212) 749-9404
Call for hours. Fruits, dairy, meat, and free infant formula for new or single moms. There are also applications to SNAP food stamps and WIC vouchers.

St. Charles Church
Location is 211 W. 141st St.
(212) 281-2100
Saturday hours only. There are also Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter meals. This includes turkeys, dairy, and the toppings.

72nd St. Food Pantry of the Council Senior Center
Address – 241 W. 72nd St.
For hours, call (212) 799-7205
Monday, 10:30 am to 2 pm.
Assistance for families in Manhattan includes Meals on Wheels, nutritional supplements such as Ensure, perishable food, fruits, and more.

Church of The Ascension Food Pantry
The pantry is located at 12 West 11th Street
Call (212) 254-8620

Gay Men’s Health Crisis
119 West 24th Street
(212) 367-1257

Nativity Church
44 2nd Avenue
Call (212) 674-8590
Donate or volunteer if you can. Items such as rice, non-perishable canned goods, meats, and milk may be offered to those who qualify. Or get referrals to government and state of New York resources.

Partnership for the Homeless Peter’s Place
123 West 23rd Street
(212) 727-0725
Receive a blanket and hot meal. Also get information on local shelters and other resources for the homeless in Manhattan.

St. Francis Xavier
46 West 16th street
(212) 627-2100

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
346 West 20th Street
(212) 929-2390

McCauley Water Street Mission
90 Lafayette Street
Telephone – (212) 226-6214

McCauley Water Street Mission (S.K)
90 Lafayette Street
(212) 226-6214

St. Josephs
Main address is 371 6th Avenue
Main number is (212) 741-1274

Project Find
Address: 530 West 55th Street
Call (212) 874-0300
Qualified families, children, and elderly from this region of Manhattan may get free groceries, fresh goods or food.

St. Agnes Church
152 East 44th Street
Telephone number is (212) 697-0234
Volunteers and social workers can provide a bag of free food and meals to the needy.

Metro Baptist Church
410 West 40th Street
(212) 594-4464
Only open once a month on Saturdays.

Metropolitan Community Church
Location is 446 West 36th Street
Telephone number is (212) 629-7440
Supports the poor, children, and seniors from the immediate zip code.

Safe Horizon (Drop-In Center)
Address – 545 8th Avenue
Call (212) 695-2220

The Dwelling Place
409 West 40th Street
Call (212) 564-7887

Encore Senior Center
239 West 49th Street
(212) 581-2910
People over 60, and their spouses, can receive a healthy, government approved lunch. Other programs include Meals on Wheels and seniors can also attend workshops on activities such as information on Medicare, recreation activities, and more.

Maria’s Kitchen
405 West 60th Street
(212) 397-7222
Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
457 West 51st Street
(212) 265-5020
Canned food, sandwiches, and other aid may be distributed to the needy.

St. Paul’s House Inc.
Address is 335 West 51st Street
Dial (212)265-5435 for intake to this non-profit pantry.

All Souls Unitarian Church
Location is 1157 Lexington Avenue
Henry W. Levinson
(212) 535-5530
Social services include free groceries, baby supplies, diapers, and meals. Numerous services and referrals are offered to other Manhattan organizations.

Christ United Methodist
Address of pantry is 520 Park Avenue
Call (212) 838-3036 for information.
Bags of groceries, based on number of family members and income, is available.

Temple Sharray Tefila
250 East 79th Street
Telephone number – (212) 535-8008

All Saints
Address: 230 East 60th Street
Telephone number is (212) 758-0447

St. Bartholomew’s B.F.P.
109 East 50th Street
(212) 378-0234
A food pantry is open for seniors as well as families on SSI with dependent children.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
619 Lexington Avenue
(212) 935-2200

All Saints Episcopal Church
226 East 60th Street
Tele – (212) 758-0447

Blessed Sacrament Church
147 West 70th Street
Call (212) 799-6834
Please donate if you can. Volunteers are on site to help the low income from the region.
A second address of the church is at 152 West 71st Street.
(212) 799-6834
A food pantry is located on site at the church.

Katherine Engel Center
241 West 72nd Street
(212) 799-7205
The non-profit charity operates a food pantry. Other items, such as clothing or snacks for students, may be passed out.

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 West 68th Street
Main phone number is (212) 877-4050

All Angel’s Church
251 West 80th Street
(212) 362-9300

B’Nai Jeshurun Synagogue
Address – 257 West 88th Street
(212) 787-6000 ext. 259

Holy Trinity
Address – 213 West 82nd Street
Tele – (212) 787-0634

Project Reach Out
589 Amsterdam Avenue
Main number is (212) 595-3066

St. Ignatius
Address is 552 West End Avenue
(212) 580-3326

West End Collegiate Church
368 West End Avenue
(212) 787-1566
The church will support the poor, homeless, and low income anyway possible. Call for information on food assistance programs and other resources.

Westside Campaign Against Hunger
263 West 86th Street
(212) 362-3662
Free food and groceries are offered for families with children. They also offer assistance to the elderly in Manhattan.

Broadway Community, Inc.
601 West 114th Street
Telephone – (212) 864-6100

Cathedral Community Cares
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
Telephone number is (212) 316-7583

St. Michael’s Episcopal
The pantry and church is at 225 West 99th Street
Telephone – (212) 222-2700

Harlem Community Kitchen
252 West 116th Street
(212) 662-1283
Breakfasts, lunches, and maybe even dinners are served. The meals will try to meet the nutritional needs of the poor and low income in the community.

Church of the Annunciation
88 Convent Avenue
Main number is (212) 234-1919

Manhattan Bible Church/Manhattan Love Kitchen
Address is 3816 9th Avenue
Call (212) 567-2276
The food pantry and soup kitchen is open Thursday 2 to 3 pm. Free baby formula, meals for immigrants, and other emergency food is offered.

Canaan Senior Service Center
10 Lenox Ave.
Main phone – (212) 876-2638
Call for hours. The homebound can apply for a delivery service. There are also congregate meals, recreational activities, and holiday parties.

Harlem Community Orientation
132 West 125th Street, Room 503
Telephone – (212) 666-7538

Minority Task Force on Aids
127 West 127th Street
Call (212) 864-4046
In addition to food programs, the organization can provide information on housing, medical assistance, medications, and more for AIDs patients and their families.

Missionaries of Charity
406 West 127th Street
(212) 222-7229
The charity organization will offer emergency assistance, including food and more.

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Address: 201 Lenox Avenue
(212) 864-1155

Rheedlen/Jackie Robinson S.C.
Address is 1301 Amsterdam Avenue
Phone – (212) 666-4910

Roberts House of Hope
302 West 124th Street
Dial – (212) 663-3532

St. Mary’s Episcopal
The center can be found at 521 West 126th Street
Call for hours. (212) 864-4013

St. Stephen of Hungary
414 East 82nd Street
(212) 861-8500

Church of St. Francis (Kitchen)
135 East 96th Street
Call (212) 289-0425
The homeless and others can get a meal. Support is also available for children, single parents, and others.

Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
1765 Madison Avenue
Telephone number is (212) 369-6643
Based on donations, may have canned goods, surplus government commodities, fruits, vegetables, beans, and more for the poor.

Scan-NY/La Guardia Memorial
307 East 116th Street
(212) 534-7800

Yorkville Common (Meals)
Location is 8 East 109th Street
(212) 410-2643 ext. 111

Yorkville Common (Pantry)
8 East 109th Street
(212) 410-2643 ext. 111
A food pantry help families in the zip codes of 10022, 10021, 10028, 10029, 10128, 10035, 10036, 10037, and the eastern part of 10027 zip code in Manhattan.

Central Harlem Senior Center
Address: 120 West 140th Street
Call (212) 926-4550
Residents who are 55 or older can get meals or food and companionship. The homebound may have goods delivered to them.

Healing From Heaven Temple
2535 Frederick Douglas Boulevard
Dial (212) 283-1811

Rockin’ Magicians Sports Association
241 West 134th Street
(212) 862-7681

Church of the Crucifixion
459 West 149th Street
Dial (212) 281-0900
May have basic goods for the low income. Some holiday baskets of perishable foodstuffs may be offered at Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas.

Heritage Health and Housing
1649 Amsterdam Avenue
(212) 926-1564

Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Address: 463 West 142nd Street
(212) 862-4380

Probase, Inc.
542-6 West 153rd Street
(212) 862-3427
A food bank is open for people with a referral and who are also unemployed.

Bethel Holy Church
922 St. Nicholas Avenue
Call (212) 283-9407
The location has both a meal site and pantry.

St. Rose of Lima
510 West 165th Street
Telephone number for intake is (212) 568-0091

Jewish Council of Washington Heights
121 Bennett Avenue
(212) 568-5450
Will help people of all faiths. May have limited financial assistance for costs such as utilities, rent, or medications.

Minority Task Force
567 West 183rd Street
(212) 927-5161

Washington Heights Ecumenical
4111 Broadway
Contact phone number is (212) 781-8328

Fresh Youth Initiatives
20 Cumming Street
(212) 781-1113
Resources are focused on children, teenagers, and students. Call the non-profit for hours of food and grocery distribution.

Good Shepherd Food Pantry
108 Cooper Street
(212) 567-1300
Bags or boxes of free groceries may be obtained. Limited hours of distribution. May also have household goods, cleaning supplies, or similar items.

Help House-Love Kitchen
401 West 205th Street
(212) 942-4204
Hot breakfast, lunches, and daily meals are distributed by staff. A small donation is always appreciated.

All Saints Food Pantry
47 East 129th Street
Dorothy Machete
(212) 534-3535
The center is only open a couple Sunday’s per month.

Beacon Youth & Family
413 East 120th Street
Telephone number is (212) 410-4363

Beth Hark Christian Counseling
1832 Madison Avenue
Call (212) 860-1523

Convent Avenue Baptist Church
Address 425 West 144th Street
(212) 234-6767
Provides assistance to people in the immediate zip code.

Little Sisters of Assumption
417 East 119th Street
(212) 987-4422
This is a Food Pantry for families with children only who live in the East Harlem area.

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
2050 5th Avenue
Call the church/parish at (212) 289-9488

New Beginning Ministry
180 East 118th Street
(212) 987-4319

The Salvation Army- Manhattan
175 East 125th Street
(212) 860-3200
By appointment only. A number of social services are offered, including a food pantry and soup kitchen. Other assistance includes financial support in Manhattan for rent and utilities. The non-profit also serves free  Thanksgiving and Christmas meals and may have toys for children as well as school supplies.

Holy Cross Church
329 West 42nd Street
Call (212) 246-4732

Open Door
402 West 41st Street
(212) 465-0975

St. Clements
423 West 46th Street
(212) 246-7277

St. Luke’s Lutheran
308 West 46th Street
Main number is (212) 246-3540

Bethel A.M.E. Church
Location to stop by is at 54-60 West 132nd Street
Dial (212) 862-0100 for intake

Greater Central Baptist Church
Address – 2152-58 5th Avenue
(212) 234-3828
Bags of groceries or a box of food, such as meats or formula, may be passed out to the poor.

St. Aloysius Food Pantry
Dial 219 West 132nd Street
(212) 234-2848

St. Mark the Evangelist Church
65 West 138th Street
(212) 281-4931

The Salvation Army Harlem Temple
540 Lenox Avenue
Dial (212) 862-3900
Similar to other Salvation Army centers in Manhattan, will offer other aid too, such as rent help or vouchers for medications. This is in addition to the food pantry, hot meals, and items such as baby formula. Also apply for government assistance at the site such as food stamps.

Father Creavin’s Food Pantry
Address: 276 West 151st Street
You need an appointment/tickets to use the pantry.

Union Baptist Church
240 West 145th Street
(212) 862-3002
Free food, holiday meals, and other resources are offered for people in the zip code.

Our Lady of Good Council
230 East 90th Street
Telephone – (212) 289-1742

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