Need Food or Help
If you, your family, or someone you know is in need of food assistance, here are resources for help:
The Food Bank for Westchester has over 265 hunger-relief food programs throughout Westchester County to provide food assistance. If you or someone you know needs food, we can help you find a program close to where you live. Find the city/town nearest you in the list below and click on its name, then contact the hunger-relief program (s) to see if they can provide you with a meal or groceries to take home. To receive food more than once, you must register with the agency or program. For additional assistance, please call 914-923-1100.
Searchable Map of Member Agencies and Programs: http://arcg.is/1rf80zv
Call the United Way’s 2-1-1 “First Call for Help” line to get referrals of agencies near you. They will not only have listings of food pantries, but also will be able to direct you to agencies that provide other services you might need, such as utility assistance, clothing, job training and more.
Additionally, the Food Bank’s SNAP Program provides information to Westchester residents about SNAP and has a full time coordinator who makes home visits to seniors and the disabled to assist them in the screening and application process. Please call 914-909-9618 for more information.
Need food for your pet? Contact the Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry, www.hvpetfoodpantry.org
Assistance is also provided by calling 914-923-1100