Every donation - small or large - makes a dramatic impact in our efforts to end hunger in New York City and across the country. A full 85% of donations go directly to program expenses. To review our financials, please click here.
Click here to make an online donation. To make a monthly gift, select a "Monthly" recurring frequency. A re-occurring monthly gift helps Hunger Free America’s long-term sustainability.
Donate by Mail
Send a check or money order payable to Hunger Free America at 50 Broad Street, Suite 1103, New York, NY 10004.
Honor a friend or family member and Hunger Free America will send a note (via mail or email) to announce your gift.
Many employers will match your donation. Check with your human resources department to see how you can increase your support to Hunger Free America.
A bequest is one of the most common – and simplest – ways to leave a legacy gift to Hunger Free America. You can designate a specific amount, specific assets or designate a percentage of your will, estate or other assets, including life insurance or retirement plans, to Hunger Free America and may be eligible for tax benefits.
Stocks or Mutual Funds Gifts
Provide a donation using long-term appreciated stocks and mutual funds. For more information, contact HFA Chief Financial Officer, Fernanda Gamez, at email@example.com.
Host A Fundraiser
Organize a fundraising party with your friends, family, or co-workers to raise money or resources to benefit Hunger Free America’s programs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Shop for Good
If you order through Amazon, be sure to shop through our Amazon Smile link.
Dreams Aren't This Good, a lifestyle salsa brand, is donating 5 cents per jar of their Original Salsa sold to Hunger Free America plus 50% of sales from their "Well Fed" t-shirt.
If you would like additional information on ways to support Hunger Free America, please send us a message at email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you! Hunger Free America does not accept food donations. If you would like to find a soup kitchen or food pantry in your neighborhood, please visit our Find Food function.