This is just a reminder that we'll be sharing THOUSANDS of toys at today's Hempstead Food Share (@2pm). We'll then be continuing our Holiday Toy Share throughout the week in Coram, Huntington & Farmingville.
If you're interested in learning more, or stopping by, please check out the following link:
Posted Dec 19 2010 - 9:58am by LongIslandFNB
The Long Island Food Not Bombs Holiday Toy Share is just days away and we still really need your help collecting more presents. We'll be sharing with hundreds of of local families who need some helping out - so please, help us out. New or used, we'll find someone who'll love that lego set, jump rope or race-car, or whatever else you can share.
Posted Dec 17 2010 - 11:20am by LongIslandFNB
The 2010 Hempstead Food Share Bonanza was the largest Food Not Bombs ever and the largest vegan Thanksgiving ever!
Posted Dec 14 2010 - 3:12pm by LongIslandFNB
Do you have Toys that you’re not showing love anymore? Well if you get them to Long Island FNB from now until December 24th we’ll get them to someone who will. Just contact us or bring them to our drop-box at Urban Coffee in Greenlawn!
When:Wed, 12/01/2010 - 12:00am - Fri, 12/24/2010 - 11:00pm
Originally Published on LongIslandPress.com
By Timothy Bolger on November 25th, 2010
Posted Dec 1 2010 - 6:56pm by LongIslandFNB
It’s been an incredible week of Thanksgiving Bonanza-ness! Across Hempstead, Coram, Huntington, Farmingville and Bedstuy we’ve shared tens-of-thousands of pounds of food.
But you know what, it’s not over yet! We have a special super secret Food Share tomorrow for buy nothing day.
Posted Nov 25 2010 - 10:50pm by LongIslandFNB
The Hempstead Food Share Bonanza was amazing! Over 30,000 pounds of food, clothing and hot meals were distributed in just two hours. There was actually a sea of people that spanned the Train Station parking lot and the sight was simply uncanny.
Posted Nov 22 2010 - 5:04pm by LongIslandFNB
To all our friends and supports,
As you read this literally tens-of-thousands of pounds of groceries are being loaded into dozens of cars by an army of hardcore-kick-ass volunteers. We've been cooking now for almost 72 hours and have made hundreds of meals that we'll be sharing later in the day.
Posted Nov 21 2010 - 10:45am by LongIslandFNB
A torrent is growing around the Long Island Food Not Bombs Thanksgiving Bonanza and, with just a few days until our largest event ever, the question is - are you going to be a part of it?
Posted Nov 17 2010 - 5:29pm by LongIslandFNB
To friends and supporters,
Our incredible Thanksgiving Bonanza is only 8-days away and in that time there are two very easy (and very needed) ways you can help out!
1. Help Collect Clothing & Canned Goods:
Posted Nov 12 2010 - 5:21pm by JonSTeps