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The SI Hunger Task Force is not a pantry. Instead, we connect community members to pantries and pantries to community and government resources.

Community

We collaborate with organizations and people who want to donate food and goods to pantries in need.

We connect pantries in need of staff to community volunteers.

Advocacy

We are committed to bringing awareness to the issue of hunger in our borough, encouraging elected officials and government organizations in their efforts to reduce hunger on Staten Island.

Resources

We keep our pantries up-to-date on new community and government initiatives. 

At monthly meetings, pantries share information and best practices and collaborate on projects. We invite city, state, and federal organizations to describe the support they can offer our pantries' guests.

Meetings

The Staten Island Hunger Task Force meets the first Monday every month.

The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 12, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Please subscribe to SIHTF emails (at the top of this column) for the agenda and Zoom login information.

Where to Get Food Today

Look for food pantries in your ZIP Code:

Note: Please check hours and arrive at least half an hour before the pantry or kitchen closes. Most pantries and kitchens are staffed by volunteers who need to be able to leave on time. Thanks!

Pantry list

Click here for the list of pantries in alphabetical order.

Small Pantries and Pop-ups

Follow these Facebook pages for pop-up pantries:

For help starting a new pantry or pop-up food site, see Services.

Mobile Pantries

All Food Stores and Pantries

Hunter College's Food Policy Center has created an amazing list of neighborhood pantries and government resources, as well as stores ranging from supermarkets to corner delis. See:

For all boroughs, see Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resource Guides. For lists of pantries in all boroughs, see Hunger Free America's guides to the boroughs.

Richmond County Savings Foundation

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