Locations: Red Cross Feeding Sites & Response Trucks NY/NJ

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Please check back often to find Red Cross Vehicles or feeding sites in your area.

The American Red Cross continues to provide food, shelter, relief supplies and comfort to the many people in the Greater New York Region still struggling even as power is restored and some communities begin to recover.

Shelters remain open for people unable to return home.

The extensive Red Cross feeding operation in partnership with the Southern Baptist Convention continues, with kitchens and fixed feeding sites spread across New York and New Jersey. To date, 5.6 million meals and snacks have been served.

Here is a list of Red Cross feeding sites currently open in NYC and on Long Island (as of 11/20):

(Meals are served from 11 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 6 pm)

STATEN ISLAND

  • Tyson Food (RC Partner) – Miller Field, National Park Svc Center, 600 New Dorp Road (DCR)
  • QUEENS

  • Breezy Point – Rockaway Point Blvd and 12th Ave.
  • Broad Channel – American Legion, 209 Cross Bay Blvd.
  • Howard Beach – 165 Ave & 98th St.
  • Our Lady of Grace, 158-110 101st St.
  • Waldbaum's – Beach 112th and Rockaway Blvd.
  • 38157 S South St., Jamaica
  • Beach 12th and Redfern Ave.
  • Key Food – 87-15 Rockaway Beach Blvd (bwtn. Beach 87th and 88th)
  • ConAgra (RC partner) – Wavecrest Shopping Center, 229-271 Beach 20th, Rockaway
  • BROOKLYN

  • Canarsie – Rockaway Parkway and Ave. N
  • Brighton Beach – Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island Ave.
  • Coney Island MCU – 1904 Surf Ave.
  • Red Hook – Coffey Park
  • Red Hook – Recreation Area 155 Bay Street
  • Seagate Parking Lot – 37th and Neptune Ave.
  • MANHATTAN

  • Knickerbocker – Hamilton/Madison House (Gym), 50 Monroe St., at approx. 3 pm
  • LONG ISLAND – Nassau County

  • Nassau Community College – 1 Education Dr., Garden City, New York
  • St. Ann's Church – 88 2nd Avenue, Brentwood, Long Island
  • LONG ISLAND – Suffolk County

  • Babylon/Lindenhurst – Public Works – 200 East Sunrise Hwy, Lindenhurst
  • Mastic Beach – Nutrition Center, 369 Neighborhood Rd.
  • Red Cross volunteers are also driving through neighborhoods to hand out water, food and relief supplies in more than 300 Red Cross feeding trucks mobilized as well as rental cars, trucks and other vehicles. Visit http://newsroom.redcross.org for more information.

    The needs are far from over as people continue to clean out their homes and struggle with housing issues, and the Red Cross will continue to provide help to area residents well into the foreseeable future.

    This is likely to be the biggest Red Cross response in the U.S. in the past five years, and we have mobilized the full resources of the organization across the country to get help to people. You can help. To make a financial donation, please visit www.redcross.org/charitable-donations, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or text the word REDCROSS (all one word) to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

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