The North Shore INN is a not-for-profit, volunteer based organization established in 1989 to feed hungry people in the Glen Cove area. Located in the First Baptist Church, we serve hot meals three days a week, on Tuesdays, Thursadys, and Fridays from noon to 1:00PM. We are one of 19 soup kitchens in the Hempstead-based Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN) of Long Island.
Who We Are
The North Shore INN was founded by volunteers in 1989 when it became apparent that hunger was not limited to developing countries or inner city ghettos, but was right here on Long Island. We are be staffed by more than 100 volunteers who serve a hot meal three days a week to hungry people in the Glen Cove area. These dedicated workers cook, serve and clean up after meals. They also work behind the scenes, ordering supplies, writing our newsletter, acknowledging donations, sorting donated clothing, and keeping our books. Our Pick Up People (P.U.P.S) collect donated food every serving day... Read More
What We Do
The problem of hunger touches all ages, races, and nationalities, even on the North Shore of Long Island. The North Shore INN serves over 15,000 meals annually, including Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday dinners with all the trimmings. In addition to our soup kitchen we run a breakfast program in cooperation with La Fuerza Unida, and provide support services with the goal of empowering families to become self-sufficient... Read More