Dear friends,
Below you will find a few resources that might be helpful during this difficult time. If you would like to suggest a resource, please send your suggestions using the form at:
Please note that these are suggested resources only and not an endorsement of any kind.


Food Delivery and related resources:

DOE Free meals
Any New Yorker who wants one can get free meals at more than 400 Meal Hubs across the city. Each person can get up to 3 meals each day.

Food Bank NYC
Operates food pantries and soup kitchens and directs you to SNAP enrollment sites.

Food resources for Park Slope and Carroll Gardens
Specific food delivery in the neighborhood, car services, elderly resources and large list of

Invisible Hands Delivery Service
Invisible Hands is powered by engaged, healthy volunteers who deliver groceries, medication, and other essential items to those who are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. They are primarily focused on supporting the elderly, disabled, and immunocompromised.

NYC Food Delivery Assistance
If you cannot go out to get food, no one can bring you food, and you are not able to use private delivery options, New York City will deliver emergency meals to you.


Governmental Assistance:

Help Now NY
Assistance provided by NYC for Individuals and organizations.

NYC Council Resources 
Large list of local services, places to donate and volunteer groups.

SBA Coronavirus Small Business Resources
Guidance for small businesses and loan resources.


Making Donations and Helping Others:

Brooklyn Mark Makers
Make masks for healthcare workers and drop them off at drop off locations in Park Slope

Donate Plasma
Mt. Sinai 
and Columbia University are looking for people who have had and recovered from COVID-19 to donate their blood plasma to help current patients.

Meals for Methodist
Help feed healthcare workers while supporting local restaurants,

Operation Feed Brooklyn:
Currently, They are supporting NYP/Methodist, Maimonides, & SUNY Downstate Hospitals in Brooklyn, New York, with weekly meal deliveries of 200-400 meals, and the need is growing.