Food Drive to Kick Off With 7 Collection Dates

The fourth annual Power to Feed program returns this  week, with PSEG Long Island, Island Harvest Food Bank and Stop & Shop teaming up to collect food for those in need.

The first in-person collection event is scheduled at  a Massapequa Stop & Shop Friday which is also the kickoff to Memorial Day weekend.

One of the events is set for the East Northport Stop & Shop.

The online donation site is currently open for donations at

Collection drives will be set up at seven Stop & Shop supermarkets across Long Island, where community members can donate nonperishable food and essential care items. Any customer who makes an in-person donation will receive a free LED light bulb and a reusable shopping bag.

“We are proud to announce the 2024 kick off of PSEG Long Island’s Power to Feed Long Island food collection drive to benefit Island Harvest Food Bank,” said David Lyons, interim president and COO, PSEG Long Island.

“We continue to see families struggle to put food on the table while trying to meet other essential monthly financial obligations, and the tremendous support of PSEG Long Island and Stop & Shop, coupled with the generosity of their customers who support Power to Feed Long Island, will help provide much-needed and welcome relief to our Long Island neighbors in need,” said Randi Shubin Dresner, president & CEO, Island Harvest Food Bank.

Collection bins and drive-up/drop-off options will be available at each collection site. This year, there are seven collection events:


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