Frontline Partners

Most of our prepared food is distributed to partnering organizations that distribute it to the public according to their mission. We are proud to be working with all these organizations.

If you are interested in partnering with us for our services please contact us

CHiPS Logo

CHiPS serves as many as 350 meals daily. They are staffed by a group of dedicated volunteers who come together to ensure hungry neighbors have a place to turn for delicious, healthy meals.

Worker Justice Project Logo

Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) is a Brooklyn–based immigrant workers’ rights organization committed to build worker power to win better working conditions.

St Mark Logo

St Marks serves the community in the flatbush area of Brooklyn.

Camp Friendship Logo

Camp Friendship’s mission is to anticipate and provide for young people’s needs as they face the challenges of growing into adulthood within an urban community, in a rapidly changing world. 

Heights and Hills is one of the largest Brooklyn nonprofit organizations serving more than 4,000 older adults and their families with a variety of essential services.

Caribbean Women’s Health Association is a social service organization dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive, culturally appropriate health, immigration and social support services to its diverse constituency.  “Transforming Lives, Strengthening Families and Empowering Communities.”  

West Indian American Day Carnival Association‘s mission is to promote, develop and celebrate Caribbean culture, arts, history and traditions through year-round programs which culminate with a week-long display of festivities and a grand finale Carnival parade expanding our cultural reach throughout the world.  Since May 2020 WIADCA cares has been serving the communities most needed residents with hot meals, PPE and sanitizer.