Corporate Giving

Businesses can partner with Citymeals-on-Wheels through a variety of established programs. Citymeals will work with you to easily implement any of these campaigns or to develop a customized opportunity to best meet your objectives.

Please contact us if you are interested in a corporate giving opportunity. We would be happy to help you become involved with Citymeals-on-Wheels.

event sponsorships

Citymeals-on-Wheels hosts numerous fundraising events each year attracting business leaders, celebrities and gourmands. These events are excellent venues for corporate entertaining. An event sponsorship will add value to your brand with strong visibility on invitations, event journals, advertising and more. Learn more about our events.

round-up programs

Round-Ups are a way for New York retailers, supermarkets, restaurants and their customers to raise money for New York's frail aged. Customers "round up" their transaction $1, $3, $5 or more to support Citymeals. This easily-implemented promotion links your company with our high-profile cause.

eat cheap for charity

A turnkey initiative was designed originally for law firms’ summer associate programs. Eat Cheap for Charity encourages participants to "brown-bag" their lunch once a week during the summer (or have a group lunch, pizza party, etc.). In return, participating firms donate the associates’ lunch allowance for the day(s) to Citymeals-on-Wheels. Eat Cheap is a great way to create and enhance camaraderie among summer associates while also helping New York's homebound elderly eat lunch.

mother's day – real estate campaign

The real estate community celebrates Mother’s Day by providing meals for New York’s frail aged, over 66% of whom are women. Citymeals recognizes these contributors in a full-page advertisement in The New York Times.

van sponsorship

Increase your company’s visibility by sponsoring the vans used to deliver meals to homebound elderly seniors throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

matching gifts

Provide matching gifts for contributions made by your employees to Citymeals-on-Wheels. Learn more about setting up a matching gift program from your company.

emergency packages

Let New York's homebound elderly know they can count on you by sponsoring our Emergency Food Packages. We will incorporate your logo onto the cards that accompany the 18,000 boxes we send to our meal recipients. These packages provide shelf-stable foods to ensure meal recipients are prepared in the event of an emergency situation.

holiday packages

When local meal centers close for holiday observances, Citymeals delivers shelf-stable meals so aged New Yorkers have food during these times. Each box carries nutritious staples and festive treats. You can sponsor any of the holiday deliveries and include a special greeting in every package you sponsor.

public service announcements

Take advantage of Citymeals’ charity advertising rates in publications like The New York Times by designing and underwriting public service announcements and/or donor acknowledgments from your industry.

customized co-marketing

Citymeals will work with you to develop and implement a joint marketing program to meet your company's business objectives.

holiday cards

Spread cheer with Citymeals-on-Wheels holiday cards. Each card purchased delivers a nutritious meal to a homebound elderly New Yorker. Cards can be personalized to meet your business or personal needs.


New York businesses and their employees are involved with Citymeals on a truly personal level. Learn more about volunteering opportunities.

corporate partners

Citymeals-on-Wheels would like to thank the partners who have helped us provide food and companionship to thousands of homebound elderly New Yorkers.


Official sponsors



2012/2013 Round-Up Partners

D’Agostino Supermarkets
Duane Reade
Riese Restaurants


Featured Friends

Citymeals would like to thank the following organizations for their generous contributions this past quarter:


Event Sponsors

Please visit the links below for more information about Citymeals and its sponsors.

“A Night with Daniel” – A Casual Sunday Supper with Daniel

Citymeals Dineout

Chef’s Tribute at Rockefeller Center

Power Lunch for Women