Meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service.

Serve Scratch-Made Breakfasts

 

Serve Scratch-Made Breakfasts

Start your morning by setting up and serving scratch-made hot meals to over 200 homeless and hungry women and men. Bus tables, help wash dishes, and clean up the dining room after the meal. Be prepared to be on your feet the whole time. This early morning event is time-sensitive, so don’t be late! Since this is a food service project, please do not attend if you are sick with a cold or other communicable disease. Please make your own arrangements for breakfast. Food supplies at the pantry are limited and volunteers are discouraged from taking food otherwise destined for the pantry's clients.

Partner

Crossroads Community Services, established in 1989 by St. Bartholomew's Church, has a mission to unite the community in the fight to end hunger and homelessness. Their programs include breakfast and dinner, a food pantry, and a year-round shelter for women.