Despite the horrific fire that occurred on August 24th, a few days later NSSK/NOSH resumed delivering non-perishable groceries from the parking lot adjacent to The View Restaurant in Glen Cove.  Then, on September 20th we moved into our new temporary headquarters at St Hyacinth's Church in Glen Head.  It’s a wonderful space but, due to prior commitments, we can only stay there until the end of December.  The search for a permanent home continues.  

Due to your generosity and that of so many supporters, both old and new, once a suitable site is located, we will be able to purchase the refrigeration and other important equipment destroyed by the fire.  Additionally, our Board of Directors is leading a comprehensive real estate search to find us a future, more permanent home. The Board is also gearing up for a strategic planning process, on the heels of the in-depth community assessment conducted earlier this year, with an eye towards ensuring we are meeting the needs of the community in the changing world we're living in. We can't wait to keep you updated on all we have going on.

Thank you for your support!  


On March 15th a group of concerned North Shore neighbors launched NOSH.  Their goal, to safely deliver meals to the homes of families in need of food assistance due to the impact of COVID-19. As of the end of June, NOSH has become a program of the North Shore Soup Kitchen, joining forces to better meet the growing need in our community.  


Weekly, volunteers deliver 360 “NOSH Bags” to homes in Bayville, Glen Cove, Glen Head, Lattingtown, Locust Valley and Sea Cliff. NOSH Bags are emergency meal kits containing the ingredients to prepare two meals for a family of four.  Larger families receive additional NOSH Bags.  Nosh’s volunteer dietician assesses bag contents to make sure the ingredients provide proper, balanced nutrition for children and adults.