Each spring, City Harvest sponsors itsNew York City-wide Skip Lunch Fight Hunger initiative, asking people to brown-bag it for one day a year and then donate the money they would have spent on lunch to the organization. City Harvest calculated that with a mere $10, the amount an average New Yorker spends on lunch, they can feed more than 37 hungry children. To get involved in next year's event, email Raquel Pinheiro at email@example.com. You can also help with City Harvest's Daily News Readers Care to Feed the Hungry Food Drive, which collects nonperishable food to stock city food pantries and soup kitchens. This food drive runs from Nov. 12 through Jan. 4 this year. Click here for more information.