Food Bank for NYC’s Woman-to-Woman Campaign Lets You Donate Products to Women in Need

Nearly One Million Women and Girls in Our City Live in Poverty

This reality forces them to make impossible compromises between purchasing essentials, like feminine hygiene products and personal care products or paying for other basic needs, like food and rent.

March 11 is the last day to donated feminine care products and food through Whole Foods Stores in NYC as part of Food Bank For New York City’s annual women’s campaign to help to address the critical needs of the women and girls they serve.

This year, they’re partnering with Chef/Author and Board Member Katie Lee to raise awareness and financial support to ensure that all women and girls can obtain these basic necessities.  Can’t make it on Sunday, March 11th?  There’s more time and other ways for you to give back.

Visit to join the campaign and donate today!

6 Ways to make YOUR impact:

HELP PUT SOLUTIONS ON THE TABLE
Your gift will help provide basic necessities, like feminine hygiene products, to the women and girls Food Bank serves.
DONATE
START AN ONLINE FUNDRAISER
Create a personal page to get your friends and family involved in our mission.
START YOUR FUNDRAISER
DONATE PRODUCTS
We’re collecting donations of feminine hygiene products and other essentials at our Bronx Warehouse: 355 Food Center Drive, Bronx, NY 10474.
SEE WHAT TO DONATE
WOMAN TO WOMAN REPACK EVENT
Help us repack the feminine and personal care items donated through this campaign on Friday, March 23.
VOLUNTEER
HOST A PRODUCT DRIVE @ YOUR COMPANY
Encourage philanthropy with your colleagues. Food Bank will provide collection bins to collect all donations.
REGISTER
SHARE ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Help raise awareness and encourage your followers to donate, fundraise, and volunteer! Click for sample messaging and other social tools.
GET SOCIAL

Locations & Details for Product Donations: February 14 – March 31

Latoya Henry is the publisher and founder of Haute Giving: The Sexy Side of Philanthropy.
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