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Food Bank For New York City

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Become a Social Media Ambassador for Food Bank For New York City!

Amplify resources for New Yorkers facing food insecurity.

Advocate by using your voice creatively and intentionally online.

Boost Food Bank’s mission on social media.

Earn verifiable volunteer service hours.


There is no sign-up, application, or orientation required!

Food Bank For New York City is a nonprofit dedicated to fighting hunger in New York City. We are so glad that you want to join us in spreading the word about our work! To that end, please remember to be kind, friendly, and cordial when you are posting about our brand!

  1. Log in to your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and/or LinkedIn accounts. You can use any or all of these platforms, and your accounts don’t need to be public or verified to participate.

  1. Complete the actions listed below. You must complete at least 5 Actions to receive verifiable service hours. Be sure to use the hashtag #FoodBankAmbassador every time you post!
  • Follow Food BankFor New York City.
  • Introduce yourself as a Food Bank For New York City Social Media Ambassador with a link to in your post.
  • Nearly 2 million New York City residents are food insecure - that’s nearly one in four. Make a post to share this statistic. Creativity is encouraged!
  • Comment on a post from one of Food Bank’s social media accounts.
  • Post a recipe or a picture of a meal that is special to you or your community.
  • Orange is the color of hunger awareness, so take a selfie in your flashiest orange gear! Tag three friends and challenge them to do the same.
  • Browse these and post one that surprises you. Encourage discussion with your followers.
  • Advocate for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by sharing why you support SNAP and tagging your government representatives.
  • Share a post from one of Food Bank’s social media accounts.
  • Post the FoodFinder Map and help people find resources in their neighborhood. Explore Food Bank’s partner agencies throughout the five boroughs!

  1. Email screenshots of your actions, including your username or handle, to Don’t forget, each post must include #FoodBankAmbassador!

5 actions= 2 service hours

We are unable to give partial credit

This page will be updated regularly, so check back for more actions you can take as well as new resources you can share with your community!

Questions? Email!

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About Food Bank For New York City


39 Broadway, Floor 10, New York, NY 10006, US

Mission Statement

To end hunger by organizing food, information and support for community survival and dignity. For volunteer opportunities, please visit us at


Founded in 1983, Food Bank For New York City operates the country's largest food bank, providing community food programs throughout the five boroughs of New York City with food, related products and support services. Today we distribute more than 51 million pounds of food every year to over 1,200 community-based programs that serve free meals to the City's hungry. These programs include soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, senior centers, low-income day care centers and other nonprofit programs that reach out to people in need of food. Operating out of our Bronx-based warehouse Food Bank For New York City collects, inspects, and distributes millions of pounds of food. Food Bank For New York City also provides support services to the City's emergency food providers by hosting nutrition and food safety workshops, networking sessions and other education initiatives. We use our central role in the City's anti-hunger effort to provide legislators, advocates and the media with information about hunger in the City so that they may formulate effective policy and heighten public awareness of this important issue. Food Bank For New York City is a certified member of the Second Harvest National Food Bank Network.

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  • 5 Actions = 2 Hours; 10 Actions = 4 Hours
  • Email screenshots of your actions, including your username or handle, to┬á┬áDon’t forget, each post must include #FoodBankAmbassador!

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