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Apple Banks opens doors to City Harvest’s ‘Feed Our Kids’ food drive

Apple’s 17 Brooklyn Branches Will Serve as Food Collection Centers for the 2015 Food Drive

April 28, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
City Harvest volunteers sort canned and nonperishable goods at a previous food drive. Photo courtesy of City Harvest

Apple Bank for Savings will again be participating as a Community Partner in the City Harvest annual Feed Our Kids food drive, which runs from Mother’s Day on May 10 to Father’s Day on June 21.  All 51 Apple Bank branches in the five boroughs, including 17 in Brooklyn, will be accepting donations of kid-friendly, non-perishable food items that will provide much needed sustenance for New York City’s children over the summer. Visit  to find the New York City branch location nearest you.

Last year’s Feed Our Kids food drive collected 250,000 pounds of food, which was enough to feed thousands of New York City families for an entire summer. City Harvest’s Feed Our Kids food drive was first launched in 2000, and has grown to include more than 700 collections points throughout New York City. 

Apple’s 17 branch offices in Brooklyn are located at: 326 Court Street in Carroll Gardens, 1321 Kings Highway in Homecrest, 415 Fifth Avenue in Bay Ridge, 1401 Avenue J in Midwood, 4519 14th Avenue in Boro Park, 1617 Avenue M in Midwood, 1575 50th Street in Boro Park, 1954 Flatbush Avenue in Flatbush, 6701 18th Avenue in Bensonhurst, 318 Albany Avenue in Crown Heights, 1973 86th Street in Bensonhurst, 418 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill, 486 Neptune Avenue in Coney Island, 44 Lee Avenue in Williamsburgh, 405 Brighton Beach Avenue in Brighton Beach,  414 Flushing Avenue in Williamsburg, 776 Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint.

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