Join Craig Newmark and craigstable to feed chronically ill New Yorkers

Today, Craig is matching your gift, dollar-for-dollar, up to $100,000 as part of his "craigstable" initiative to end hunger and food insecurity. Your $50 gift becomes $100. Your $100 gift becomes $200. Your $250 gift becomes $500. Please give today.

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A healthy start to the school year

Help us send the children of our clients to school with a healthy breakfast from God's Love. Sponsor a breakfast for $5 or a week of breakfasts for $25!

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Bid now on your favorite cow!

God's Love is the beneficiary of CowParade 2021, and we hope you have a chance to see these extraordinary pieces of art all over the City in their "pastures." Now through October 7, these cows will be sold at auction by Heritage Auctions with all net proceeds to benefit God’s Love.

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Get Your Tickets to Eat. Drink. Feed NYC!

Don’t miss NYC’s biggest wine and food festival. Check out the lineup full of 65+ events, 400 chefs and NYC restaurants, walk-around tastings, culinary demos, intimate dinners, cocktails, family events and SO much more. 100% of the Festival’s net proceeds benefit New Yorkers affected by severe illness and hunger with God’s Love and We Deliver and Food Bank For New York City.

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Sign up for the Race to Deliver

Join us in our 28th annual Race to Deliver, a 4-mile run/walk in Central Park. Every $10 you raise funds 1 meal for a New Yorker in need. Start or join a team today!

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Deliver meals and deliver LOVE!

We need volunteers to help us deliver our medically tailored meals Monday-Friday by partnering up with a driver as a van assistant 🚚, making deliveries by foot 👟or with your own car 🚙. Please schedule a shift today, and thank you!

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Join us at the Golden Heart Awards!

Our #GoldenHeartAwards with Michael Kors is coming up on October 18 and we want YOU to be a part of it! This year's gala will be hybrid in-person and virtual event designed to dazzle and delight!

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Being Sick and Hungry is a Crisis

God’s Love We Deliver cooks and home-delivers nutritious, medically tailored meals for people too sick to shop or cook for themselves. To support the health of our clients, we also provide ongoing nutrition assessment, education, and counseling. God’s Love is a non-sectarian organization serving people in need and their children and caregivers. All of our services are provided free to clients and full of love.

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You’re making a difference in my world.

The love you put into everything you do . . . . I can feel it.


I feel as if I own a restaurant.

I’m very lucky. I’m very happy. I can look at the meals and decide which one I want to eat, when I feel like it.

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God’s Love meals are nourishing in every way.

I really appreciate every single thing God’s Love does from the changing meal selections, to the food’s consistency, to the delicious meals themselves. They are doing a wonderful job and I am grateful for everything God’s Love does.

Our Signature Difference

Medically Tailored Meals

Every client speaks to a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist on staff who designs their menu and provides them with unlimited nutrition education and counseling.

Free to Clients

We provide all our services free to clients, regardless of income. People who are sick should not have to forfeit good nutrition due to lack of finances.

No Waiting List

Because we believe the combination of hunger and serious illness is a crisis, we deliver food within the first week of being contacted.

Delivered with Love

With the help of more than 17,000 annual volunteers, we deliver meals directly to client’s homes.

Quality Ingredients

Our meals contain no preservatives, additives, or fillers.

Special Touches

We bake and personalize a birthday cake for each and every client, child and senior caregiver, to help celebrate their special day.

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