100% of your donation will be used for the preparation and delivery of meals, thanks to our partnership with the New York City Department for the Aging, along with gifts from our board of directors and others designated for administrative expenses.Donate Now
Retail stores and online companies have supported vulnerable older New Yorkers over the years by naming Citymeals on Wheels as one of their charity beneficiaries for any number of charitable promotions. Retailers that choose to support Citymeals are given proper language, logos and graphics for their needs. Citymeals may also feature the retailer or charitable promotion on our website or social media platforms depending on timing and availability.
A “round-up” is perhaps the simplest and easiest way in which local and online retailers can support Citymeals on Wheels. By encouraging customers to make a charitable donation by rounding up the total to the nearest dollar, companies both large and small have raised significant funds for New York’s homebound elderly. Alternatively, some retailers have donated the portion of the proceeds from specific items sold or the revenue raised during a specific period of time.
Local retailers can also support Citymeals on Wheels through in-store and online shopping events. By donating proceeds from these events to Citymeals, shops like Michael Kors, Rag & Bone, Bloomingdale's, Burberry, and Edie Parker help us nourish our homebound elderly neighbors.
The silent auctions at annual Citymeals' Power Lunch for Women and Sunday Supper at DANIEL, as well as other special events during the year, raise significant funds to support our mission. Chefs, restaurants and food shops can support these fundraising efforts with a generous donation of dinners for two, four, or six guests; cooking classes; tours and tastings in the kitchen and wine cellar; or other unique dining experiences.
Interested in learning more? Fill out our partner form to get more information on how you can partner with Citymeals.