Our community group supporters are transforming lives by partnering with Feeding Westchester. Our community partners support our neighbors in need with financial support, donations of food and other in-kind products, volunteerism, and other projects.
Thank you! You can, too. Simply email us to speak about how you can support Feeding Westchester.
Explore how you can get involved with Feeding Westchester! Click below to check out our Student Involvement Flyer and learn how you can make a difference. For more ways to engage with your community, don’t miss our Community Pack Flyer. Afterward, please take a moment to complete the form below. Your support matters. Together, we can fight hunger and build a stronger community.
We are so grateful to accept non-perishable food items, whether individual donations or the result of a larger food drive.
You are welcome to drop off your donations in the food collection bins located outside our Volunteer Entrance at: 200 Clearbrook Road, Elmsford, NY 10523. Donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
When looking for food to donate, please keep the following guidelines in mind: Non-perishable items only; no fresh produce, prepared foods, refrigerated, or frozen items.
Food drives and donations help Feeding Westchester, our community partners, and meal programs keep their shelves stocked — and food on the tables of our neighbors — while simultaneously raising awareness about hunger and food insecurity in Westchester, and encouraging others to help.
Individuals, schools, community organizations, and businesses can all host food drives on behalf of Feeding Westchester.
As individuals, community groups, businesses and government, we all have a role to play in helping one another, especially when it comes to alleviating hunger. We want to make it easy for you to raise funds and awareness in your own way by giving you the best tools to do so.
You will not only provide critical funds to help alleviate hunger, but you will also create awareness for the ever-important issue of food insecurity. It’s just another way we—together—can help your neighbors in need.