This week, the New York City Food Truck Association will continue using funds raised through our indiegogo fundraiser, our partnership with the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and the Film Food Festival, and new corporate sponsorships to send food trucks to serve hot meals in areas of NYC that were devastated by Sandy.
Today, the following food trucks will be in:
· Toum– Brighton Beach: Corner of Coney Island Avenue & Brighton Beach Avenue. Sponsored by Morgan Stanley
· Cupcake Crew– Gerritsen Beach Fire Dept, 52 Seba Avenue
· Valducci’s– Our Lady of Solace Church: Mermaid Avenue and 19th Street until 6pm. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual
· Taco Bite– Our Lady of Solace Church, Mermaid Avenue & 19th Street. Sponsored by Morgan Stanley.
· Mike ‘n Willie’s– Coffey Park, 85 Richards Street
· Solber Pupusas– Coffey Park: 85 Richards Street
· Eddie’s Pizza– Christ Community Church : Rockaway Pt Blvd & 208 St.
· Wafels & Dinges– Christ Community Church, Rockaway Pt Blvd & 208 St. Sponsored by Morgan Stanley.
· Trusty Truck– Beach 49th Street & Beach Channel Drive. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual.
· Gorilla Cheese NYC– Redfern Houses Community Center: Hassock Street & Beach Channel Drive
· Tribeca Taco– St Edmunds Church, Rockaway Pt. Blvd & 216 St. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual.
· Now Eat This Truck– Kate’s Market at Hillside Ave. Roxbury
· Big D’s Grub– St. Francis de Sales, Rockaway Beach Boulevard & Beach 129th Street
· Seoul Food– St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Church: 83rd Street & 157th Avenue
· Frites ‘n Meats– Beach 25th & Seagirt
· Mexico Blvd.– St. Francis de Sales, Rockaway Beach Boulevard at Beach 129th Street
· Coolhaus– Kate’s Market at Hillside Ave Roxbury
· Milk Truck– 129th & Rockaway Beach Blvd. Sponsored by Vibe Magazine.
· Schnitz ‘n Things– Far Rockaway 22nd st & Sea Girt. Sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
· Sweetery NYC– Sheepshead Bay Road by Emmons Ave.
· Rickshaw Dumplings– American Legion Hall, 209 Cross Bay Boulevard, Broad Channel
· Nuchas Empanadas– American Legion Hall, 209 Cross Bay Boulevard, Broad Channel
Note: Sometimes the trucks have to change locations. Please click their name on this page, follow @NYCFoodTruck on Twitter, or subscribe to this Twitter List for the most up-to-date details on all Outreach Relief trucks.
If you’re in need of help or want to volunteer:
We’ve also heard amazing requests from you on how much you want to help donate your time or resources to the effort. We’re humbled by the caring and concern of the NYC community for those in need, but also understand from our partners that there’s more to an organized relief effort than donation of time and supplies. We’d encourage those that want to lend a hand to look into the below groups and work with existing organizations to have the greatest impact.
Time Out New York’s “How to Help Out After Sandy”
American Red Cross
New York Cares
New Jersey’s Volunteer Emergency Response
Community Emergency Response Teams
The Humane Society
American Humane Association