Do you have Toys that you’re not showing love anymore? Well if you get them to Long Island FNB from now until December 23rd we’ll get them to someone who will.
When:Mon, 12/01/2008 (All day) - Tue, 12/23/2008 (All day)
Where:Nassau County, NY
Long Island Food Not Bombs would like to thank you for your support with our toy share this holiday season. Because of awesome folks like you across Long Island we were able to share toys with hundreds, maybe even thousands, of local families.
In a single word it was simply INCREDIBLE. From Hempstead to Huntington we gave out shinny new racecars, huge Lego sets, board games, dolls, stuffed animals, drawing and painting sets, all weather jackets and other marvelous and wonderful things.
Posted Dec 28 2008 - 2:21pm by LongIslandFNB
Long Island Food Not Bombs shares free food, clothing, books, toys and other necessities with our local community. As you can imagine this is a lot of work and we're always looking for a few helping hands.
When:Wed, 10/29/2008 - 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Long Island Food Not Bombs weekly food share will be moved on September 7th to Michelle Park for a community building picnic/BBQ. We will be sharing prepared food and might be cooking on site. Michal Park is located at the intersection of Terrace Ave & Atlantic Ave (about 4-5 blocks from where we currently set up).
When:Sun, 09/07/2008 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Victory! All Charges Dropped Against Long Island FNB!
Thanks to the overwhelming support for Long Island Food Not Bombs and the literal thousands!!! of people who have called, emailed and voiced their support over the past forty-eight hours, all charges against Food Not Bombs and it's supporters have been voided!!!
Posted Aug 30 2008 - 1:00am by JonSTeps
Yesterday, Long Island Food Not Bombs was subjected to more police harassment in the Township of Huntington. Police officers threatened activists and community members with arrest, violence, false accusations of possession of illegal substances and about every law and town code they could think of.
After the two-hour long ordeal, a local activist was issued a summons by Officer Timothy MacDonald for violating Town Code Chapter 149 "peddling" (149-3 A). The hearing is set for October 8th at 9:00am.
Posted Aug 27 2008 - 1:00am by LongIslandFNB
Check out this awesome article by Newsday about the Long Island Food Not Bombs Hempstead Food Share. Here is an excerpt, "Every Sunday afternoon, Food Not Bombs sets up a small folding table near the parking lot at the Hempstead train station, a site chosen because of the large number of people who walk by. The group brings not only food, but also new shoes, clothing, seedlings and vitamins -- all of it obtained through donations -- to distribute to people who need it."
Posted Aug 2 2008 - 1:00am by LongIslandFNB
So The Sunflower Project has suffered some serious delays due to rainouts these past two weeks. The good news is that this weekend is supposed to have perfect weather and that's exciting because with your help we'll be able to complete the garden by the start of next week.
Posted Jun 20 2008 - 1:00am by LongIslandFNB