07 Aug Jonathan Cartu Suggest: Catholic Charities Hosting Pop-up Pantry in Alphabet City
This morning, Catholic Charities of New York, along with Tuscan Farms, is hosting another pop up food pantry – this time in Alphabet City. They plan on distributing 500 bags of food and 500 gallons of whole milk to support those struggling in the neighborhood.
This is a part of their larger mission to assist those in need during these pandemic times. Catholic Charities of New York has already given away over 275,000 meals across the archdiocese since the coronavirus crisis began in mid-March.
The pop up runs from 10am to 12pm at the Most Holy Redeemer church (173 East 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B).