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Delivery options for those who cannot leave their homes safely at the moment

NYC Food Delivery Assistance

Corona Couriers

Invisible Hands Delivery Service

NYC Region-Based Grocery Delivery

Meal pick-up options in Bed-Stuy

World Central Kitchen @ Cornerstone Baptist Church (574 Madison St)

“Get Food NYC” / DOE Grab and Go program @ various locations (see below)

Meal pick-up @ St. John’s Bread and Life (795 Lexington Ave)

Meal pick-up @ Neighbors Together (2094 Fulton St)

Soup kitchen @ Salvation Army - Bedford Temple Corps (601 Lafayette Ave)

Grocery pick-up options in Bed-Stuy

City Harvest Bed-Stuy Mobile Market (@ Tompkins Houses)

Food pantry @ St. Stephen Outreach CDC (874 Myrtle Ave)

Food pantry @ Salvation Army - Bedford Temple Corps (601 Lafayette Ave)

Food pantry @ Siloam Presbyterian Church (260 Jefferson Ave)

Food pantry @ Food Black Veteran’s for Social Justice (665 Willoughby Ave)

Food pantry @ Overcoming Love Ministries - Pulaski Family Residence (228 Pulaski St)

St. John’s Food Pantry - Catholic Charities (333 Hart St)

Golden Harvest Food Pantry - Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation (376 Throop Ave)

Metro World Child Food Pantry - Metro Ministries International (871 Bushwick Ave)

Food pantry @ St. John’s Bread and Life (795 Lexington Ave)

Food pantry @ Brooklyn Rescue Mission Urban Harvest Center (919 Gates Ave)

Food pantry @ Cornerstone Baptist (562-574 Madison St)

Food pantry @ Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (2004 Fulton St)

Additional information and resources in Bed-Stuy are listed in the Food Resource Guide compiled by the NYC Food Policy Center: https://www.nycfoodpolicy.org/coronavirus-nyc-food-resource-guide-bedford-stuyvesant/

Additional food assistance options for residents of other neighborhoods

“Get Food NYC” / DOE Grab and Go program @ various locations (see below)

To find free food locations near you

Local mutual aid operations providing emergency food assistance

Neighbors in many communities are volunteering to help their neighbors meet basic needs, often by delivering free groceries and other essentials. Note that since these efforts are organized geographically, they may limit the neighborhoods to which they are able to provide support.

A map showing mutual aid groups across the city is available here: https://mutualaid.nyc/groups/

Other mutual aid groups in Central Brooklyn include:

Other mutual aid funds