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Food Not Bombs Mission Statement:Food Not Bombs recovers and shares free vegan or vegetarian food with the public without restriction in over 1,000 cities around the world to protest war, poverty and the destruction of the environment. Each group is independent and invites everyone to participate in making decisions for their local chapter using the consensus process. Food Not Bombs is dedicated to taking nonviolent direct action to change society so no one is forced to stand in line to eat at a soup kitchen expressing a commitment to the fact that food is a right and not a privilege. With over a billion people going hungry each day how can we spend another dollar on war? Hello Neighbor,I'm a volunteer with Long Island Food Not Bombs (http://www.LIFNB.com).We have Free Food Shares (Free Food, Clothing, Books, Baby Items, Household Items, Art, etc.) throughout Long Island and Brooklyn. Depends what donations we get from stores, churches, neighbors and volunteers. Usually there are fruits, vegetables, milk, dairy, bread, cakes, pies, canned and dry goods, pet food, etc. We also have clothes, household & baby items, books, art, etc. depending what is brought to the Food Shares that day.Ask for Volunteer Jon or Rose if you have something to share. Say hello for me. Thank you, Volunteer Dennis A new release video: We start at 13:55: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fixP0UR_G_UCraigslist Post:Free "Long Island Food Not Bombs" Food SharesEvery Sunday at 2 PM, West Columbia Street & Station Plaza, Hempstead, NY 11550Every Tuesday at 7 PM, East 6th Street & Fairground Avenue, Huntington NY 11746Every Thursday at 7 PM, Horseblock Road & Woodycrest Drive, Farmingville, NY 11738Every Saturday at 12 PM, noon, 1556 Straight Path, Wyandanch, NY 11798Every Saturday at 3 PM, Lafayette Ave & Marcy Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216All outdoors. Rain or Shine. No umbrellas or strollers by tables.Come Share With Your Community.Free Food, Clothing, Books, Baby Items, Household Items, Art, etc.Whatever is brought by our Volunteers, You (if you can) and Your Neighbors in Your Community.A Community is its Neighbors, not the towns they are in.Get there a few minutes before start time. Help us unload our Volunteers vehicles and set up tables.Bring empty bags, food, clothing, household items, baby items, books, etc to "Share with Your Community".See Volunteers if you do bring items to Share, or you want to volunteer to hand food and items out. Say hello for me, Dennis. Nothing to bring? Then bring yourselves.We'll help you get food and items you need. You don't need to bring any type of papers or ID to our Food Shares.Everyone is welcome to get Free Food, Clothing, Household Items, Baby Items, Books, Art, etc. Depends what is brought by our volunteers and other neighbors to share.We average 12,000 pounds of food and merchandise each Food Share.Just please be polite with your neighbors when we Share.We will not tolerate any type of racial slurs or bigotry.Please thank and help our Volunteers by taking recyclable cardboard (boxes to take home your food and items). Put out on your recycle day for pick up.More info go to our website: http://www.LIFNB.comStart Sharing:1) Pass this on to family, friends and neighbors in your community. 2) Copy flyers at LIFNB.com or this Craigslist post. Hand them out. Schools, Libraries, Senior Centers, Churches, Stores, etc.3) Maybe you are an owner, manager or employee of a store, supermarket, distributor, wholesaler, farm, or manufacturer. Do you have soon to be expired food, drinks and/or merchandise you will be throwing out?Help us help you save money. Less carting fees. Great Community Relations.Call the Hotline (631) 223-4370 - 10 AM - 2 PM.4) Next time you are in a store where you shop. Ask the owner or manager if they would like to donate soon to be expired food, drinks and/or merchandise they will be throwing out shortly. We'll pick up and they save money on carting fees and help the community. Give our Hotline Number (631) 223-4370 - 10 AM - 2 PM.5) Share on Facebook:"Friend" - Li FNB"Like" - Long Island Food Not Bombs6) Become one of our volunteers. Come and join us.No Food Shares in your area, volunteers will help you start one.We are not affiliated with any religion, church or political party. Community churches do donate food and items to our Food Shares."Long Island Food Not Bombs" is the largest "Food Not Bombs" in the World. We are 4,000 Volunteers feeding 5,000 Long Islanders every week. 3 million pounds of food in 2014. Food that would have been thrown out. We do all this with no government funding, all volunteers. Volunteer to help us obtain funding. We are always in need of Plastic Folding Tables for our Food Shares. Donate when you can at: http://www.LIFNB.comThank you, Volunteer Dennis (48 yrs protesting war) peace