Application for HPNAP funding from Food Bank For New York City and United Way of New York City is now available!
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The HPNAP application for FY2015-16 is posted under the Form and Applications section. Please read the guidelines and online application instructions before completing the application. In addition, we will be conducting borough-wide application information sessions.Seed Grants for Urban Farming Application Available Now
The Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program (HPNAP) at United Way of NYC is pleased to announce the availability of our Seed Grant for Urban Farming. This grant is open to all NYC based emergency food programs and community based organizations interested in starting an urban farm in 2014. The grant overview, requirements and application are available onUWNYC’s website. The application is due October 16, 2013. United Way of New York City is Offering Disaster Preparedness Trainings for Soup Kitchens and Food Pantries
Trainings will be held across the City now through November 2013. For more information and to register visit thewebsite. Solution for FeedNYC Menu Bar Issue with Internet Explorer v.10
If you are experiencing difficulties finding the menu bar options after you login to Feednyc, please refer to our Knowledge Base for solution.Nutrition Education Materials
USDA MyPlate Nutrition Education Materials Now Available in the Knowledge Base!FeedNYC.org Knowledge Base
To learn how to create a USER ID for your organization or how to report how many people your agency served, please refer to the KNOWLEDGE BASE.Changes to Agency Contact data
To request changes to name, address or contact information please send a letter on your agency letter head to your funder.Blank Monthly Report Forms
You can download a PDF version of the monthly People Served Report form at the "FORM & APPLICATIONS" on the left side of this page.Skills-Based Volunteer Needs Assessment Survey
The Reducing Hunger Service Initiative, a strategic partnership of NYC Service, has brought together a group of Non-Profits and City Agencies to work on a city-wide service initiative to engage more volunteers to help reduce food insecurity in New York City. One aspect of the Initiative is to recruit skills-based volunteers in activities that help build capacity of emergency feeding programs (EFPs) to more effectively meet their clients’ needs.