The Brooklyn Nets, New York Liberty and Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) are launching a food pantry at P.S. 12 and M.S. 484 in the Ocean Hill Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn, Nets and Barclays Center parent company BSE Global announced in a press release Wednesday morning.

P.S. 12 (Dr. Jacqueline Peek-Davis School) and M.S. 484 (Ronald Edmonds Learning Center II) are Title I schools, attended by a high number of children from low-income households, according to the release.

The food pantry to will supply non-perishable food and household items, distribute free groceries and meals on site, and host monthly fit clinics where students can learn about nutrition, sports performance and sports safety, the press release read.

The food pantry opened Tuesday following a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

“We remain committed to serving our community by addressing issues impacting Brooklynites, including the crisis of food insecurity,” said BSE Global CEO John Abbamondi. “No one should ever go to school or work hungry, and we are proud to work alongside the Liberty and HSS to do our part in providing hunger relief in Ocean Hill Brownsville — an area where food insecurity disproportionately impacts our neighbors.”

Last year, the Nets and Liberty partnered with HSS to stock a food pantry at P.S. 308 (Clara Cardwell School). The food pantry served 7,000 people — 44% of which were children — over 10 months, BSE Global states.