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On Sunday, November 19th, Community Solidarity will be organizing its annual Vegan Thanksgiving Bonanza. It's the world's largest Vegan Thanksgiving, it's free, and anyone in need of food or clothing is welcome! All are welcome to volunteer. 

If you have anything that could be of use to others that you'd like to share with Community Solidarity, Inc. we can arrange a pick up at a location and time of your convenience - all you have to do is contact us by calling 631.223.4370 or email us at info

[at] [dot] communitysolidarityl org .

We also encourage folks to bring items they'd like to share (clothing, books, toys, etc...) to one of our various Food Shares, you can find a location closest to you and directions by clicking on any of the drop off locations listed to the right.

Interested in sharing any of the following items with Community Solidarity? Just click on any of the links to jump to that section.

Clothing
Books
Bikes
School Supplies
Toys
Cooking Supplies
Plants/Seeds
Medical Care
Table Supplies
Your Time
Flowers

Battling Waste and Want

Printed on April 24th, 2014 in Newsday, "LI Food Not Bombs offers free vegetarian food shares" written by CLAUDIA GRYVATZ COPQUIN

"There, volunteers set up the food on long tables and share it, along with fresh flowers, used clothing, books, seeds, toys and school supplies, with anyone who wants it. No money is ever exchanged. Social service agencies are not involved. No one on the food line is asked for documentation, their name or income."

#VeganFoodRescue featured in Newsday!

Community Solidarity Inc., also known as Long Island Food Not Bombs, gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “take a load off.”

On a recent Thursday evening in Farmingville, as volunteers from the nonprofit vegetarian food share program hustled to unload more than a dozen carloads of surplus food donated by supermarkets, Krystyna Compton of Kings Park chuckled and gestured toward her sagging black sedan.