Long Island Food Not Bombs

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As we near the 8-year anniversary of our founding this June, Long Island Food Not Bombs is now sharing hundreds of thousands of pounds of groceries each month! We're also sharing other necessities like clothing, hot vegan meals, school supplies, toys and toiletries to folks in need here in our own community. Want to help us make things even better?

Posted Apr 26 2014 - 1:46pm by LongIslandFNB

Newsday: Post-Irene, gathering markets' food for poor

The Whole Foods supermarket in Jericho didn't have electricity Tuesday, but it still had one customer: Long Island Food Not Bombs, a food-recovery group that takes unsaleable but still edible food from supermarkets and distributes it to food pantries and the hungry.

Posted Sep 7 2011 - 6:35pm by LongIslandFNB

Discussion & Thoughts - The Thanksgiving Bonanza 2010

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

Support for Long Island Food Not Bombs is Urgently Needed, Please Help!

Last week Long Island Food Not Bombs meet to discuss the future of our efforts and an enormous consensus was reached. In order to keep growing we need to create a sister organization, a nonprofit.

We urgently need your support; we need it right now! Please read on and please consider making a monetary donation this week! You can do so by calling 631.223.4370, dropping off monetary donations at any of our food shares or by contacting any of the volunteers listed at the bottom of this email.

Posted Jul 2 2010 - 12:12pm by JonSTeps

Discussion & Thoughts - Thanksgiving Food Share Bonanza

The Hempstead Thanksgiving Food Share Bonanza was indeed the largest of all time - both in the scale of people and the sheer volume of what was shared. Within half an hour 10,000’s of pounds of fresh foods made their way into the grocery bags of hundreds of people.

Posted Dec 1 2009 - 2:00pm by LongIslandFNB

JonSTeps & Long Island FNB Vegan Thanksgiving Extraordinaire 2009

Yes it’s back, Long Island FNB & JonSTeps are having another Vegan Thanksgiving and this time it’s loftier than them all. Come over to Jon's house on Saturday, November 21st @ 7pm. Bring friends, drinks, awesome vegan dishes and MORE IMPORTANTLY, Vegan Staples and Warm Clothing that can be given out at the following FNB Food Share - “Hempstead Food Share Bonanza”.

When:
Sat, 11/21/2009 - 7:00pm - Sun, 11/22/2009 - 10:00am
Where:
JonSTeps' House

Newsday: Food sharing Tuesday in Huntington Station

On Tuesday, there was a great write up of Long Island Food Not Bombs on Newsday.com. Alex Reisner, a Huntington Food Share participate, wrote the article and we hope you'll help us by spreading the word about it.

Posted Sep 3 2009 - 11:36am by LongIslandFNB

LIFNB General Meeting Minutes - August, 24th 2009

Thank you for everyone that came and we hope all you new folks come down to your local Food Share in the next week or so. For everyone that showed interest working on some of our various different projects - you can find a list of all the delegated tasks and their associated volunteers at the end of these minutes.

If you have any questions, or thoughts on ways you’d like to participate feel free to talk to us at a Food Share, email us (LongIslandFoodNotBombs[at]gmail[dot]com) or call us at 631.223.4370.

Bests to all,
<3’s Long Island Food Not Bombs

Posted Aug 26 2009 - 12:22pm by JonSTeps

A day with Long Island Food Not Bombs

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Streaming Video

A video following a day of Long Island Food Not Bombs in Huntington, NY.

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Posted Jul 16 2009 - 3:19pm by LongIslandFNB

Newsday: "Group fosters sharing food with the needy"

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

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