The Salvation Army has been around since Victorian times. Today, they run 38 soup kitchens, 28 food pantries, five day care centers and a host of after-school programs to help their new clientele, families with children. Citymeals on Wheels is legendary in New York for delivering hot meals to homebound seniors. They currently deliver to 18,000 homes throughout the five boroughs. Major Lurlene-Kay M. Johnson of The Salvation Army of Greater New York and Rachel Sherrow of Citymeals on Wheels will talk about their individual perspectives on hunger in New York, and how each organization is changing and adapting to serving a growing population living in poverty.