The homebound elderly are our invisible neighbors – living behind closed doors on almost every city block. New York City’s generous real estate community supports these hidden hungry through Buy a Block.

In 2019, our friends in the real estate community rallied to raise nearly $300,000. Thanks to the individuals, firms and companies listed below who sponsored city blocks and neighborhoods, we hand-delivered over 40,000 meals to isolated older New Yorkers.

Click here to support the 2019 Buy A Block program.

2019 Partners

17 Blocks
Michele & Marty Cohen
The Sheldon H. Solow Foundation

10 Blocks
The Joyce & Irving Goldman Family Foundation

7 Blocks
Albert Behler 
Barbara & Roy March
Beacon Capital Partners, LLC
CBRE, Inc.
Eastdil Secured LLC
Willkie Farr & Gallagher, LLP

5 Blocks 
Harriet & Eric Rothfeld

4 Blocks
Aareal Capital Corp.
Alston & Bird
Becker, Glynn, Muffly, Chassin & Hosinski, LLP
Benjamin Maintenance
Deloitte
Global BMU
Icon Interiors, Inc.
John Tung
Northern Trust
Richard & Bette Saltzman
SL Green Management Corp.
The Office of James Ruderman

2 Blocks
Anthony Della Salla
Architectural Flooring Resource, Inc.
Arnold S. & Madaleine Penner Family Foundation
Cushman & Wakefield
Donnelly Mechanical Corp
Greg & Wendy Wolkom
Robert Martin, JLL

1 Block
Alexandra Glickman-Gallagher
Anonymous (4)
Design Republic Partners Architects
Edison Properties
Gannon Vitolo Contracting, LLC
Gary & Kenneth Rosenblatt
Goodwin Procter, LLP
Jaros, Baum & Bolles
LBBW
MdeAS Architects
Ted Moudis Associates
The Gould & Shenfeld Families
Tom Flexner, Citigroup Global Markets

Weekend Meals
ABM Industries
Anonymous
Huntsman Architectural Group
Joseph Azrack
Manhattan Painting & Decorating
NEAD Electric, Inc.
Structure Tone

Emergency Food Packages
AWTC Water Treatment Consulting
Cambridge Corporate Services
Caruso Painting & Wall Covering, Inc.
Industrial Cooling, Inc.
Pan-Brothers Associates, Inc. – Peter, George and James Pantelidis
Thomas Christian, W.H. Christian & Sons, Inc.
TPG Architectural