Food Bank for New York City provides more than 60 million free meals for New Yorkers each year. This holiday season, its goal is to raise funds to provide 10 million meals. Margarette Purvis, CEO of the organization, says the three key ways to give back is through time, talent, and treasure. Purvis says there is a huge hunger and poverty issue in New York City. The organization serves 1 in 5 New Yorkers, but Purvis says there are 1.5 million New Yorkers who turn to soup kitchens for dinner. Purvis says the state of food insecurity is particularly getting worse in Brooklyn, which uses $1 billion in food stamps. Purvis says the housing crisis is contributing to this trend, with people in this borough spending 60 percent of their income on rent. In certain neighborhoods of New York, Purvis says the Food Bank serves half of the population. In particular, Purvis sees the highest demand for food assistance in the Bronx. Since 1983, Food Bank has distributed 1.2 billion meals to New Yorkers in need.