Since 2008, Every Day is a Miracle’s mission is to alleviate food insecurity and improve socio-economic conditions in the underserved communities of the Bronx. We do this by making healthy foods accessible and available to all, and by offering resources to families, children, seniors, veterans, and other local residents that encourage self-sufficiency, resulting in healthy and productive members of society.
We are committed to ending the fight against hunger within the Bronx community for the 1 in 3 children and 3 in 5 adults facing food insecurity. By providing residents with access to nutritious foods, we are eliminating food scarcity and insecurity one household at a time. We do this via: - Food Choice Pantry - SNAP Screening and Application - Health Buck Coupons - Access to Gardening
We only offer the freshest and highest quality food items to our visitors of the Food Pantry. Thanks to our network of food relief organizations such as vendors, farmers, rescue food agencies, and caretakers of local community gardens, we are able to offer a variety of delicious and nutritious foods to the children, adults, and seniors in our community.
We only offer the freshest and highest quality food items to our visitors of the Food Pantry. Thanks to our network of food relief organizations such as vendors, farmers, rescue food agencies, and caretakers of local community gardens, we are able to offer a variety of delicious and nutritious foods to the children, adults, and seniors in our community..
The ultimate goal of Every Day is a Miracle is to see our community thrive. From emergency food to job readiness training, every support we offer is aimed at helping the community of the Bronx to reach a healthy level of self sufficiency and independence.
Your help and your contributions are so meaningful, and they make a direct and immediate impact on the lives of our clients. Please join us in our effort to end hunger for all the families, children and seniors in our community.
Navigation Services Coordinator
Development/ Communication Manager
Alleviating Hunger Here In The Bronx
The road to ending hunger is a huge undertaking and it requires a team effort. Between Every Day is a Miracle, volunteers, donors, and other participants, we are tackling food insecurity and empowering families and households to thrive from poverty.
increasing access to community programs, benefits, and social services with case management and referral programs; and, integrate more residents back into the workforce with adult enrichment programs.
Every Day is a Miracle (EDM) is a 501©(3) hunger relief organization that dedicates its efforts to helping low-income families overcome socio-economic difficulties and improve quality of life in the city of the Bronx. EDM has been fighting hunger and meeting the emergency food needs of low-income families in the Bronx since 2008. After nearly a decade of service, EDM is looking to increase its capacity and ability to meet the increasing need of low-income families struggling with hunger and other socio-economic challenges they face. As a Food Relief organization, EDM is concerned about how it can effectively make a positive impact in the Bronx communities while sustaining and growing its efforts effectively over time.
Funding and Organizational Partners
- Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health
- Assemblyman Victor M. Pichardo (former)
- Assemblyman Michael Benedetto
- Bronx Borough president Vanessa L. Gibson
- Citizens committee for New York City
- City Harvest
- Essen Health Care
- Fierce, Inc.
- Food Bank for NYC
- Fordham Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Fund for Public Health NYC
- Get Food NYC-Pandemic Food Reserve Emergency Distribution Program(P-FRED)
- Harvest Field Community Church c/o Harvest Hands
- Health Solution
- Iglesias Shekinah Refugio de Dios
- International Community HS
- Lawyers Alliance for New York
- Microsoft for Non-Profit
- New York Cares
- NYC Human Resources Administration Department of Social Services-Emergency Food Assistant Program (EFAP)
- NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
- NYC Council Fernando Cabrera (former)
- NYC Council Mark gjonah (former)
- NYC Council Andrew Cohen (former)
- Project People Foundation
- South Bronx Preparatory HS
- United Way of New York City-EFSP
- The Zakat fund of NYC