Emergency Food Assistance

All New Yorkers can access the food they need by picking up grab-and-go meals at NYC Schools, by visiting a food pantry, or by signing up for food delivery assistance. 

 

Go to nyc.gov/getfood to sign up or to find an emergency food location near you. 

 

Visiting a food pantry, picking up a grab-and-go meal, or receiving food delivery assistance will not impact your ability to apply for a green card. If you have questions about how accessing certain public benefits may affect immigration status, call the free, confidential ActionNYC hotline at 1-800-354-0365 for information and connections to legal help.

 

The GetFood Delivery Assistance Program is seeking nonprofit providers for meal preparation with a focus on culturally sensitive meals and ethnic foods, to staff and serve as distribution sites, and to facilitate home meal delivery. 

 

Go to nyc.gov/nonprofits for more information.

Additional Food Assistance
Funeral Rites & Burial Assistance

In order to ensure that those we’ve lost are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve, the City signed an emergency rule to expand the number of low-income people who can receive burial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic. The assistance is available to everyone, regardless of immigration status, with proof of low-income status. For more information, visit the Help Now NYC website, call 929-252-7731, or email BurialServices@hra.nyc.gov for application assistance. 

 

The NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) has published important information for New Yorkers who have lost loved ones. 

·         Download DCWP’s Funeral Planning During COVID-19 Tips.

Housing Resource Assistance

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DOE Wellness Wednesday family-facing webpage each week, and join in sharing these mental health and wellness activities.

Guide to Community-Based Organizations for Immigrants in New York City

This guide provides a list of organizations throughout New York City that offer a variety of services to families of immigrants and English Language Learners. Some of these services include public assistance, labor and employment, housing, and safety.

This guide is available in 10 different languages:

Additional Resources

Taxes

The tax filing deadline for 2019 tax returns is July 15, 2020.

Eligible New Yorkers can use NYC Free Tax Prep services available at nyc.gov/taxprep.

NYC Pet Hotline

for Animals of People Affected by COVID-19

The Pet Hotline, launched by the New York City Emergency Management Department and the Mayor’s Office of Animal Welfare, serves as an information, planning, referral and service coordination hub for NYC residents who need support for their pets during the COVID-19 pandemic, can call 877-204-8821, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

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