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    The most direct path to access direct delivery meals is through the senior center. Older adults can do this by connecting with their local senior center. They can also call DFTA's Aging Connect at 212-AGING-NYC (212-244-6469) or call 311.

    Senior centers that have capacity to deliver existing frozen or shelf-stable food directly to the homes of their members are free to do so. However, senior centers will cease this service upon depletion of current stock and revert completely to the centralized meal delivery service.

    Homebound older adults already receiving home-delivered meals through DFTA’s case management agencies will continue as usual. Those interested in signing up should call to see if they are eligible for home-delivered services by calling DFTA's Aging Connect at 212-AGING-NYC (212-244-6469) or calling 311.

    Local Community Partner, Honey Badger at (646) 670-0601 has been donating free cooked meals to hospital workers and seniors in the neighborhood who are unable to cook for themselves. They are also asking if people can donate to their GoFund me to cover some of the costs:

    Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/75cvq-honey-badger?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link-tip&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&fbclid=IwAR3JOexf_X_vh-j8oYZly71onYsSWGZ85Oay1NumK-uACqE3m-2od6_X0Ws

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