It’s been a tough year, and the holidays are tougher than ever for more New Yorkers than ever.
Giving Tuesday is Dec. 1. This is your chance to help feed and clothe the hungry, and support NYC parks and theater, including charities and community groups where your donation will be matched, even doubled or quadrupled by corporate or philanthropic donors.
And charitable gifts are tax decuctible.
Nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers were experiencing, including one in five NYC children.
Use your Citi® credit card when you shop online now through December 31 and Citi will donate $0.10 each time to No Kid Hungry, up to $1 million.
Thanks to No Kid Hungry’s work to help launch and improve innovative programs, just one dollar can provide a child with up to three healthy meals a day.
On #Giving Tuesday, Citi is matching donations to No Kid Hungry, up to $200,000.
It’s one of the oldest such organizations in New York City – operating since the 1870s, when this part of NYC was called “Skid Row”.
Every service is an invitation to residential and community programs that help clients make progress towards individual goals such as regaining sobriety, reconnecting with family and faith, and preparing for work and independent living. Bowery Mission also has year-round programs to empower children to thrive and succeed.
Other NYC groups feeding the elderly, the poor and the homeless
On #GivingTuesday, your donation is a Triple Match, so every dollar becomes $3.
You can also support Citymeals by purchasing their Holiday Cards, designed by local artists.
This group delivers medically-tailored meals to those who cannot shop or cook for themselves.
On #GivingTuesday, your donation is matched.
This group rescues unused perishable food from restaurants and unsold perishable food from supermarkets. A $36 donation rescues and delivers 100 pounds of food to NYC food pantries.
Help keep your backyard beautiful with a gift to the Central Park Conservancy. For a limited time, we are matching every gift 4X. So a $50 donation becomes a $100 donation, and so on.
Plus, you’ll receive a FREE face mask with every donation of $25 or more.
Remember, when the whole world shut down, Central Park stayed open.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Classical Theatre of Harlem is a professional theater company dedicated to reimagining classics and developing new work, while providing educational and literary programs at little or no cost to underserved communities in Harlem and beyond.
Engaging with Harlem residents, businesses, schools, and community organizations, it benefits 18,000 people per year.