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If you are in need of food during this time, click here.

How you can help

For those wishing to help in this unique and challenging time, we ask that you consider making a donation to Feeding Westchester. Your donation will be used to source and safely distribute food throughout this crisis. And, we ask that you take a moment and check in on your loved ones and stay informed on our website and through the CDC.

Updates

6/11/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 586,968 pounds of food last week. For full distribution numbers, click here.

6/3/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 510,058 pounds of food last week. For full distribution numbers, click here.

5/26/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 635,301 pounds of food last week. For full distribution numbers, click here.

5/21/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 555,335 pounds of food last week. For full distribution numbers, click here.

5/19/2020

Food Donations Update

We are still unable to accept food drives at this time. However, we are now accepting small donations of excess shelf stable items you may have at home. We will collect donated food in bins outside our facility at 200 Clearbrook Road in Elmsford, NY on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

*We CANNOT accept donations of fresh produce or items that are frozen, refrigerated, opened, damaged, expired or in glass containers. If you would like to donate food remotely, please make a financial gift here or purchase food from our Amazon Wish List here.

5/11/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 581,346 pounds of food. For full distribution numbers from last week, click here.

5/4/2020

Feeding Westchester distributed 540,197 pounds of food last week, completing another record-breaking month in April as we distributed nearly 2 million pounds of food. Like always, we couldn’t do it alone. We’re grateful to have incredible partners that help feed Westchester year round. Last week in particular, we had standout Mobile Food Pantry distributions at The Boys and Girls Club in Mount Kisco, the Croton-on-Hudson train station, and St. Peters Child Care in Yonkers. We thank all of our partners as we continue to feed our hungry neighbors here in Westchester County. For full distribution numbers from last week, click here.