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AFTEE in the News

  1. AFTEE and the Sag Harbor American Music Festival Premier “The Best Jams” a virtual special by local musicians to help East End Pantries on Saturday, June 6 and 7

    Bridgehampton, New York (May 18, 2020). AFTEE, Feed the Need -“The Best Jams” is helping support our East End Community one song at a time.  All for the East End (AFTEE) and the Sag Harbor American Music Festival present this one hour special, a virtual concert featuring select, iconic musicians from the East End! These […]

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  2. Innovative AFTEE Program Uses Restaurant Workers to Help Pantries

    Bridgehampton, New York (May 11, 2020). In an effort to help East End food pantries meet the growing staffing demand created by the increased numbers served by pantries, restaurant workers and other employees earning paychecks under the Federal Government’s PPP (Payroll Protection Plan) are stepping in to lend a helping hand. An initiative program created […]

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  3. Community Organizations Receive Nearly $200,000 From AFTEE Feed The Need

    Bridgehampton, New York (May 4, 2020).  In less than 2 weeks, AFTEE Feed the Need has distributed nearly $200,000 in grants to east end pantries and non-profit organizations addressing food insecurity. In addition to $100,000 distributed to 4 pantries last week, another  $95,000 was approved by the Grant Advisory Committee, and will be distributed to […]

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  4. AFTEE BEGINS TO “FEED THE NEED”

    Bridgehampton, New York (April 27). Food Pantries on the East End of Long Island are beginning to receive critical funding from AFTEE’S “Feed the Need” Campaign, created to address food instability and other emerging needs resulting from the pandemic. Pantries and other non-profits addressing these issues can apply for a grant at aftee.org PANTRIES FEEL […]

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  5. East End Mobilizes to Address Food Insecurity

    “Feed the Need” Appeal Launched to Support Local Food Pantries Citing a rapidly growing economic crisis related to the Covid-19 pandemic, community leaders are banding together to raise funds to address food insecurity on the East End.  A coalition of food pantry directors has joined with local elected officials, clergy and business leaders to launch […]

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