We were featured on “Get Connected with Nina del Rio,” a community affairs show that airs on 106.7 Lite FM. The segment talked about the Pantry’s history, the importance of serving with dignity, providing choices, and offered listeners a way to volunteer and donate. The segment aired on Sunday, November 2nd, was about 20 minutes long, and can be found here:
Crain’s: We were highlighted in an article released a week and a half before Thanksgiving. The article focused on the impact of SNAP cuts one year after and can be found here:
Live Healthy! brings P.S. 109 students weekly classes that encourage healthy eating, active living, and mental wellbeing. Wellness Day underlines all three, with the 850 students and their families invited to take part in fun, engaging activities like Salsa Fitness, Strength Training, and Brain Gym, while following the school’s Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) mantra–Be Safe, Be Respectful and Be Responsible.
NYCP Featured in The Guardian’s story about SNAP cuts. Read the story here: www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/01/food-stamp-cuts-emergency-providers-brace