Options include Cathedral Community Cares in Upper Manhattan, Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen in Lower Manhattan, Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding on Staten Island, St. Peter’s Neighborhood Dinner in Port Chester, or the Rondout Valley Food Pantry in Stone Ridge. If you would like to bring a group of 5 or more people to any of these locations, it is important to plan ahead and coordinate with the volunteer director in advance.
For more options, visit NewYorkCares.org.
The following programs need volunteers during the holidays (including Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter): Church of the Holy Trinity Soup Kitchen in Manhattan, St. Luke in the Fields programs in Manhattan, St. Margaret’s Soup Kitchen in the Bronx, and Christ Church’s Holiday Basket program on Staten Island. In order to ensure that there will be space for you to volunteer during the holidays, it is important to plan ahead and coordinate with the volunteer director in advance.
If you have expertise in an area like strategic planning or marketing, and the desire to contribute significantly to the development of a local outreach program, consider joining our Consultant Corps. Click here for more information.
Other programs may have volunteer openings too. Feel free to explore our program pages to find an opportunity that works for you.