New York, NY: Vote For The NYC Food Truck Association For The 2013 Neighborhood Achievement Awards

By NYSF Contributor  |  New York Street Food


Hurricane Sandy was devastating to millions of people in the New York tri-state area. With electricity, food and water in short supply (or non-existent) in many neighborhoods, David Weber and the NYC Food Truck Association stepped up to help feed hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers in some of the hardest hit areas.

David organized corporate contributions and donations from the Mayor’s Fund To Advance NYC, in addition to coordinating dozens of food trucks, to get over 350,000 hot meals served in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Now David and the NYCFTA have been chosen as an honoree for the 2013 Neighborhood Achievement Awards.

In addition, they are in the running for the Helping Hand Award for their post-Sandy relief work which will be determined by public vote. That’s where you come in. VOTE HERE!

Remember all the smiles that David, the NYCFTA and its food truck members brought to our friends and neighbors in their time of need. Now let’s recognize them for their selfless service.

Cupcake Crew Handing Out Smiles In Queens
Cupcake Crew Handing Out Smiles In Queens