Hunger Action Network of NYS understands we are stronger working together with others.  We understand that no one organization could ever make the systemic changes needed to create a more just, equitable and sustainable future.  As a network, Hunger Action Network works with and on behalf of 3,000 emergency food programs in the state as well as the NYS Food Bank Association. We also partner with faith, labor, food justice, local governments and low-income community groups.

Our work could not occur without the support of JESSIE SMITH NOYES and MAZON, A JEWISH RESPONSE TO HUNGER, two progressive foundations that provide funding for our work.

One of our greatest strengths is the coalition work Hunger Action Network is engaged in. Many coalitions benefit from our close legislative and media contacts, as well as our strategic thinking. It is a privilege to work together with the following agencies:

 

 1199 SEIU

32BJ SEIU

A

Alliance for Quality Education

American Farmland Trust

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

Americans for Tax Fairness

Asian American Legal Defense Center

B

Bread for the World

C

Capital District Alliance for Universal Healthcare

Catholic Charities Peace and Justice Commission

Catholic Migration

Center for Independence of the Disabled NY

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Center on Law and Social Policies

Central New YorK Citizens in Action

Chinese Staff and  Workers

Citizen Action

Coalition for the Homeless

Coalition on Human Needs

Community Voices Heard

CUNY Law School Labor Coalition Economic Policy Institute

E

Eleanor Roosevelt Valkill Partnership

Empire Justice Center

F

Faith for a Fair NY

Farm Bureau

Feeding America

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies

Fight for 15

Fiscal Policy Institute

FOCUS Churches

Food and Water Watch

Food Research and Action Center

Food Policy Action

Food Tank

H

Healthcare Now

Hunger Free America

Hunger Solutions

I

Interfaith Voices Against Hunger

L

Labor and Religion Coalition

Legal Aid Society

M

Metro NY Healthcare

Mount Vernon United Tenants

Moral Mondays Movement

N

National Employment Lawyers Association- New York

National Mobilization Against SweatShops

Northeast Organic Farming Association NY

National Resource Defense Council

Neighbors Together

NYers for Fiscal Fairness

New York Health Care for All Coalition

NY School Nutrition Association

NYS AFL-CIO

NYS Alliance for Retired Americans

NYS Community Action Association

NYS Council of Churches

NYS Food Bank Association

NYS Nurses Association

NYS Public Employees Federation

NYS Small Scale Food Processors

NYS United Teachers

Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group

Northeast Regional Anti-Hunger Network

P

Physicians for a National Plan

Poor People’s Campaign

R

Reform Jewish Voice  

Renew America’s Promise

Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union

S

Saint John’s Bread and Life

Sierra Club

Sisters of St Josephs Corondelet

Statewide Senior Action

Service Employees International Union

Strong Economy for All

T

Tish Center

U

University Settlement House

Upstate Girls

Urban Justice Center

V

VOCAL NY

W

Welfare Rights Initiative

Westside Campaign Against Hunger

WhyHunger