To ensure all New Yorkers have access to healthy, affordable, culturally-appropriate foods through equity-centered, high-impact public policy.
Access to quality food is an essential human right. Lack of access is an income equity issue compounded by systemic racial and gender-based barriers.
We believe the government has a fundamental responsibility and an unmatched capacity to end poverty and its consequence: hunger. To that end, we advocate for high-impact public policy change that ensures all New Yorkers have access to healthy, affordable, plentiful and culturally appropriate foods.
We strive for high-impact policy change and strong implementation that dismantle income inequities and racial and gender-based barriers;
We are guided by solid policy and budget analysis;
We build creative and strategic coalitions;
We believe in the strength of collective power, experiences, and knowledge; and
We are fueled by the full partnership and meaningful engagement of people most directly affected.
110 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Director of Research and School Partnerships
Director of NYC Good Food Purchasing Policy Campaign
Anna Lilia Araiza
Director of Youth Leadership