Hidden Hunger in Westchester County

Westchester Magazine covers suburban hunger, describing the Food Bank For Westchester as the “nexus of Hunger-Relief efforts in the county, supporting many agencies that run feeding programs.”

 

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Hidden Hunger in Westchester County

Virtual Food Drive

Give the gift of food! Our Virtual Food Drive provides an easy way to help hungry Westchester residents. Help us reach our goal of $50,000 by September 2, 2016.


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Virtual Food Drive

100 Million Meals

The Food Bank for Westchester recently served its 100 millionth meal to a hungry family in Westchester County. Please join us in recognizing this milestone by making an online donation to help us serve our next 100 million meals.

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100 Million Meals

2014-15 Annual Report

The theme of this year’s annual report is “The Power of One.” You’ll read stories about the impact just one person or organization can make in the fight against hunger.


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2014-15 Annual Report

The Meaning of Yom Kippur

For the past 25 years, many Westchester congregations have deepened the significance of their Yom Kippur fast by donating to the Food Bank for Westchester.

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The Meaning of Yom Kippur

Mission

Driven by the belief that access to healthy food is a basic right for all people, the Food Bank for Westchester leads hunger action programs and mobilizes the resources needed to eradicate hunger in Westchester County.

The Food Bank for Westchester serves over 300 community partners throughout Westchester, including food pantries, soup kitchens, child and adult day-care centers, and shelters. The Food Bank provides 95% of all the food given to hungry families, children and seniors as cooked meals or groceries to take home.


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