God's Love We Deliver
166 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
The holidays are a special time at God's Love with lots of sweet moments! Chuck's Famous Brownies are featured in Passport Magazine.
Thanksgiving is a special time at God's Love, and this year we are cooking and home-delivering a record number of Thanksgiving meals: 5,500 to our clients, their children and their senior caregivers, and their guests! Read our volunteer Ivy's interview in Fatherly.com about why her family volunteers on Thanksgiving.
On November 11, the Ear Inn held a block party in celebration of its 200th anniversary, and partnership with God's Love. The event launches a year-long fundraising effort by the Inn to raise $350,000 to fund 35,000 meals -- the number of meals cooked and home-delivered to the clients of lower Manhattan. Read all about The Inn and block party in Eater NY and AM NY.
God's Love We Deliver is proud to serve those who have served our country. For our veterans who so frequently face issues of housing and homelessness, substance abuse, trauma, and more, we are pleased that, with our program, sick veterans do not need to worry about where or how they will get nutritious, individually tailored meals. Read Charles's story in The Amsterdam News and Harlem World Magazine and hear from Charles himself in News 12 Bronx.
Earlier this year, Capatriti Olive Oil teamed up with celebrity chef and owner of "Streets" restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, Roblé Ali, to create tantalizing recipes showcasing the versatility of its olive oil for a good cause. Capatriti pledged to donate $1 for every social media share, repost, or retweet of Chef Roblé's videos, to benefit God's Love We Deliver. Read all about our partnership here.
"After more than three decades, God's Love is part of the city's giving fabric — a charity rolling on four wheels, where every day is Thanksgiving."
We're celebrating an historic milestone at God's Love: 20 million meals! Read all about it in New York Daily News!
Forbes has published an op-ed from our President & CEO Karen Pearl, on the importance of medically tailored meals for our nation's most vulnerable populations. Read the piece here.
This year, as part of their 100th anniversary celebration, Forbes is highlighting non-profits doing good work and inviting these non-profits to submit two blogs, free-of-charge, on their website. Check out our first blog post for #ForbesAt100, and stay tuned for our second one, to be released in September!