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Invite Your Friends and Family to Wine and Dine Out on March 4 — for a Good Cause — More Than 80 NYC Area Restaurants Will Donate 10 Percent of their Proceeds to Help Feed Hungry New Yorkers

Food Bank For New York City partners with Time Out New York for fourth annual "Time Out For Hunger" campaign.

Eat out to end hunger! Invite your friends and family to eat out on Sunday, March 4 for a good cause. Food Bank For New York City will partner with Time Out New York (TONY) on Sunday, March 4 for the fourth annual Time Out For Hunger campaign. More than eighty-five select restaurants, including TONY's "Eat Out Award" recipients and TONY's "Critics' Picks" choices, will donate ten percent of the day's proceeds to help feed families in need. For every one dollar donated, the Food Bank For New York City is able to provide five meals to New Yorkers in need. Make hunger-relief a group effort. Invite your friends and family and make a reservation now for Sunday March 4 and ‘Take Time Out For Hunger.' For a complete list of participating restaurants visit

Since 1983, the Food Bank For New York City has been working to end hunger in New York City by organizing food, and by providing information and support for community survival and dignity. The Food Bank is the major provider of food to approximately 1,200 emergency and community food program throughout the five boroughs, helping those programs provide approximately 250,000 meals-a-day to New Yorkers in need. Over the past 24 years, the Food Bank has collected, warehoused and distributed more than 744 million pounds of food - 68 million pounds just last year. For every one dollar donation, 97 cents goes toward food acquisition, distribution and programs. For more information, please visit

Since 1995, TONY has provided New Yorkers with information on where to go, what to do, where to eat, where to shop, which plays to see, what films to avoid and much, much more. When the magazine first launched in New York in 1995, the goal was to integrate the publication into the fabric of the city. Now, TONY shapes the fabric of New York with its weekly presentation of more than 2,000 things to do. For more information, visit our website at

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