Feeding Westchester is responding to the greatest need and demand it’s ever seen for food in the county. In the middle of the coronavirus outbreak, so many people are out of work and need help putting food on the table for their families. The county’s leading nonprofit, hunger-relief organization is also feeding seniors shut in their homes and children who usually rely on free or reduced breakfast and lunch at school. Feeding Westchester’s Vice President of Development, Matt Honeycutt, spoke with RNN‘s Richard French about the challenge and the response. To watch the entire interview, click here.