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Event & Campaign Calendar

From dining out with friends and family to visiting your local supermarket, the Food Bank's events and campaigns offer great ways to support our efforts to end hunger throughout the five boroughs. Browse our upcoming and annual events and campaigns below, or see past events.

Go Orange 2014
When: September 1-30, 2014

Go Orange logo 2014

Go Orange to End Hunger™ is a citywide effort to unite New Yorkers to become aware and engaged in the fight against hunger in our city, where 2.6 million New Yorkers struggle to put food on the table every day.



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Go Orange Urban Adventure Scavenger Hunt
When:  September 28, 2014

Bryant ParkJoin us in Bryant Park Sunday, September 28th for an unforgettable scavenger hunt and have a great time for a great cause! Your team will race around Midtown solving clues for the chance to win amazing prizes. It’s the perfect opportunity to gather a group of friends, family or co-workers – and test your knowledge of Food Bank and New York City.

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When: October 16 - 19, 2014

NYCWFF 2014 logo largeEat. Drink. End Hunger.  Join Food Bank and your favorite celebrity chefs on a four-day culinary adventure to help end hunger!



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Check-Out Hunger 2014
When: November 1, 2014 - January 31, 2015
Check-Out Hunger 2014
The 24th annual Check-Out Hunger campaign is nearing! 2.6 million people struggle to afford food in New York City, but during Check-Out Hunger, you can help provide meals by donating a dollar or two when “checking out” at supermarkets and grocery stores throughout the five boroughs.

Time Out For Hunger 2015
When: March 2015
Time Out For Hunger 2015
Time Out New York and Food Bank For New York City will be teaming up for the 12th annual Time Out For Hunger campaign in March 2015! On a chosen day, participating restaurants throughout the five boroughs will donate 10% of their daily sales to Food Bank For New York City.

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