Power to Feed Long Island
Many of our neighbors continue to face food insecurity — particularly during summer when donations to food banks decrease and daily meals stop for thousands of children who depend on them. You can help!
For the third year, PSEG Long Island is partnering with Island Harvest as part of our Power to Feed campaign. This year, we’ve set a goal to collect enough food to provide more than 50,000 nutritious meals. From June through September, collection drives will be set up at six supermarkets across Long Island, where you can donate non-perishable food and essential care items. See dates and locations below.
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Food Insecurity on Long Island
Feeding America’s 2014 Hunger in America study found that 79% of clients purchase inexpensive, unhealthy foods just to make ends meet. However, clients say they are looking for healthier foods to feed themselves and their families. Here are some suggestions of healthy foods to bring to the collection drives.
Healthy Non-Perishable Goods:
* Please no glass containers