Fresh Food for Seniors!

Sponsored by the Offices of Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal

TUESDAYS July 19-November 8, 2016


1. What is the Fresh Food for Seniors program?

Formerly called WSSA, the Fresh Food for Seniors program was launched in 2012 within then-Council Member Brewer's Grow Green, Age Well Initiative to provide older adults with affordable, fresh produce grown on local farms. Brewer and Rosenthal are proud to expand the program, one of the first in the borough to offer local fresh food to seniors as well as the attendants who accompany them to their programs, throughout the Upper West Side.

2. How much does the food bag program cost?

Each food bag costs only $8

3. Are EBT’s, credit cards, debit cards, and checks accepted?

CASH ONLY. You will receive a receipt.

4. When do I pay?

You pay $8 when you order.

5. Do I need to pay for more than one delivery at a time?

No, unlike other food bag programs, the Fresh Food for Seniors food bag program requires only one order at a time.

August 02, 2016 at 1:00pm - 3pm
Goddard Riverside Community Center
593 Columbus at 88th St
New York, NY 10024
United States
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Marisa Maack · · (212) 873-0282

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