CNY Solidarity Coalition

United in defense of our community and our neighbors

food justice/nutrition

In My Father’s Kitchen
Address: PO Box 11328

In My Father’s Kitchen, Inc. (IMFK) is a not-for-profit corporation founded by John and Leigh-Ann Tumino. IMFK is a faith-based organization offering non-denominational and non-discriminatory assistance to homeless people through direct street outreach.

Phone Number: (315) 308-1561
City: Syracuse
Founded : 2011
Mainstream Green
Address: 120 Kasson Rd. #304

Develops public outreach programs that can save people money or energy, cut waste, avoid pollution, protect resources, eliminate use of fossil fuels, and help save the planet. Mainstream Green is a 501 C-3 Non Profit environmental charity.

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Phone Number: (315) 640-9082
City: Camillus
Founded : 2015
Samaritan Center
Address: 215 N. State Street

The Samaritan Center is a 501c3, interfaith effort of community members committed to serving the hungry and those in need in order to promote their welfare dignity and self sufficiency.

Phone Number: (315) 472-0650
Phone Number: (315) 472-8156
City: Syracuse
Founded : 1981
Syracuse Grows
Address: 144 Eggers Hall, Syracuse University

Syracuse Grows is a grassroots network that cultivates food justice through advocacy, education, and resources in support of urban food production. We envision a community where everyone has the equal opportunity to produce healthy and culturally appropriate food.

Phone Number: (315) 443-4890
City: Syracuse
Founded : 2008
West Newell Street Community Garden
Address: 612 Newell St

One of Syracuse’s longest-surviving community gardens, cultivated primarily by community members living near the garden, the West Newell St. Garden utilizes a shared harvest model and holds regular garden workdays, garden lunches, barbecues, and fishing trips. West Newell Street Community Garden is a social change garden, striving to be inclusive of individuals from diverse backgrounds and ethnic groups.

Phone Number: (315) 476-3754
City: Syracuse
Founded : 1995
Workers Center of Central New York
Address: 2013 E. Genesee St

The Workers’ Center of Central New York is a grassroots organization focused upon workplace and economic justice. Through community organizing, leadership development, popular education and policy advocacy, the Workers’ Center of Central New York aims to empower marginalized, low-wage workers to combat workplace abuses and improve wages and working conditions throughout the community.

WCCNY is an anchor organization of CNY Solidarity Coaltion.

Phone Number: (315) 218-5708
City: Syracuse
Young Eco-Cuse Explorers (YECE)

The Partnership for Onondaga Creek’s Young Eco-‘Cuse Explorers program teaches urban children between the ages 11 – 14  about science, environmental justice, and urban ecology.

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