Numbers of meals
provided by our donors,
as of today.


Sponsor A Family Thank You for Making Thanksgiving Happen!

A big thank you to everyone who donated for turkeys and to those of you who made Thanksgiving baskets for families in need !!!  Thanksgivingbasket-2

We were able to provide a turkey plus a side for all of our sponsored families.  We even have enough left over to provide December holiday meals for the families we help!

Share Your Beauty


130 teen boys and girls in foster care are going to be the (hopefully!) thrilled recipients of LeSportsac bags loaded with beauty and personal care products!

All due to some truly generous and kind “strangers!” On November 3rd, Lara @Pretty Connected, our fabulous “Share Your Beauty” organizer and co-founder organized our 2nd “Share Your Beauty” event here in New York! Bloggers and beauty industry “angels” donated enough products to fill over 140 donated Le Sport Sac bags. All these gorgeous products are headed to the Good Shepherd Family Services Foster Care Program where they will be given as holiday gifts to teens in foster care here in NYC.

I’m thrilled we can make this happen and that hopefully, we’ll put a few smiles on the faces of some of our most needy and vulnerable young people.  Our next event? Valentine’s Day!!

Give Where You Live!

Join Ftof’s latest hunger relief efforts –  the DoorKnob Dinners and Let’s Do Dinner! food drive projects.  Give where you live!!  Start a monthly community service project on your street, in your neighborhood, at work or at your place of worship.

In just four months, DoorKnob Dinner and Let’s Do Dinner! volunteers in Hastings on Hudson, NY, Worcester, MA, Bowling Green, KY and Englewood Cliffs, NJ have donated groceries for over 3,000 individual dinners to local food pantries!

Once a month DoorKnob Dinner volunteers leave a bag of specific groceries to make one dinner meal for a family of five hanging on their doorknob. A neighborhood coordinator picks the bags up and brings them to the pantry. Let’s Do Dinner! engages workplaces, places of worship and social clubs in the same effort. We supply a recipe to make it personal.  Local giving is the way to go!


F-to-F’s founder (Pam Koner) has joined the blogosphere! Aptly named “Pam-demonium,” the blog chronicles Pam’s thoughts and hectic life running an out-of-the-box hunger and poverty relief organization. Pam-demonium touches on everything from being a mindful human being when you’re doing your shopping… to recycling unwanted clothes to help a good cause (Family-to-Family!)… to why it’s important to teach your kids early and often about poverty…. to F-to-F’s office mascot Wally, a pug who wears a diaper!

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In the fall of 2002 The New York Times ran a series of articles on poverty in the U.S. One of those articles described the township of Pembroke, Illinois, a community so poor that many houses had dirt floors and there were tires on the roofs to keep them from blowing away.

After reading that article, Pam Koner, a Westchester, New York mom and entrepreneur knew she had to do something to help. (More...)