Wednesday, Nov. 28th Outreach Relief Trucks

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Photo courtesy of Mexico Blvd.

“One is not born into the world to do everything but to do something.”- Henry David Thoreau

We continue to thank all who have made this possible, especially the NYC Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and the Film Food Festival, our corporate sponsors, and our indiegogo fundraiser contributors from around the world. Hot sandwiches, burgers, soup, coffee, rice bowls, tacos, and even sweets are on the menu today for the thousands of people still putting their lives back in order after Super Storm Sandy changed everything. To date, we’ve served over 250,000 hot meals and have plenty more to give out to our neighbors hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy. Let’s go.

Today, the following food trucks will be in:

BROOKLYN (12pm-4pm)
Fun Buns: Gravesend Houses, West 33rd St and Neptune Avenue, Coney Island
Mudtruck:
Coffey Park, 85 Richards Street, Red Hook 
Souvlaki GR:
2828 Neptune Ave, Brighton Beach    
Sweetery NYC:
2828 Neptune Ave, Brighton Beach

QUEENS (12pm-4pm)
Andys Italian Ices: St. Francis de Sales: Rockaway Beach Boulevard at Beach 129th Street, Belle Harbor
Chinese Mirch: St. Francis de Sales: Rockaway Beach Boulevard at Beach 129th Street, Belle Harbor
Seoul Food: Church of the Nazarene, 1414 Central Ave. Far Rockaway
Taco Bite: Christ Community Church: Rockaway Point Boulevard and 208st, Breezy Point
The Treats Truck: Church of the Nazarene, 1414 Central Ave. Far Rockaway
Wafels & Dinges: Christ Community Church: Rockaway Point Boulevard and 208st, Breezy Point

Note: Sometimes the trucks have to change locations. Please click their name on this page, follow @NYCFoodTruck on Twitter (and say hi!), or subscribe to this Twitter List for the most up-to-date details on all Outreach Relief trucks.

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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
NYC Service
New York Cares
New Jersey’s Volunteer Emergency Response