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NYC’s ‘GetFood’ Free Meal-Delivery Service to End This Fall

The popular pandemic-inspired program for senior citizens and homebound New Yorkers who can’t afford delivery will shut down when fed funding ends in October, THE CITY has learned.

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What the $900 Billion Federal Pandemic Aid Deal Means for New Yorkers

The package offers temporary relief for the unemployed, small business owners and others. It also will help the MTA avoid massive transit cuts. But dealmaker Sen. Chuck Schumer emphasized it’s just a Band-Aid.

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Fridges Feeding the Hungry Weather Growing Pains With Creative Alliances

A pandemic-spurred movement has seeded 70 community refrigerators and counting on sidewalks throughout the city — but still not nearly enough to meet neverending demand. Now some established food pantries are aiding the effort.

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How to Get Food in New York Right Now — And How to Help Feed

We’ve compiled resources on how to stay fed if you’re low on cash, homebound — or trying to keep safe while getting takeout.

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How to Get Food in New York Right Now — And How to Help Feed

We’ve compiled resources on how to stay fed if you’re low on cash, homebound — or trying to keep safe while getting takeout.

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City Welfare Agency Pivots to Online Contact, While Applicants Show Up Unaware

Needy New Yorkers keep seeking aid in person while coronavirus rages — including inside city Department of Social Services offices.

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