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Feeding Westchester’s COVID-19 Impact Report

For Feeding Westchester, our community, and the world, 2020 brought unprecedented challenges. Challenges resulting in a heightened need, and an extraordinary response — all possible because of incredible generosity.Please read more about the impact your support had on your neighbors in need throughout the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the below COVID-19 Impact Report.

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Feeding Westchester Tackles Food Waste with Recovery Initiative

Elmsford, N.Y. (April 15, 2021) – A major problem around the world, food waste has serious environmental, financial and cultural implications globally, but also right in our own backyard. This Earth Day, Feeding Westchester, the county’s largest nonprofit hunger-relief organization, is calling attention to the ongoing problem of food waste and their partnership with

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Feeding Westchester Fights Hunger in Our Community

As seen on www.riverjournalonline.comWritten by: Karen C. Erren, President & CEO, Feeding WestchesterAs we mark one year since the first Covid-19 case in Westchester County, while hoping for a brighter 2021, it’s crucial to recognize that numerous families throughout the county still – and will continue to – face unprecedented challenges. Our neighbors, many of whom are experiencing hunger for the first time due to the effects of the pandemic, are in need of our help.

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Food Insecurity in Westchester County

As seen on Fox 5 In Westchester County, the epicenter of the coronavirus in New York one year ago, demand for food is higher than ever. Feeding Westchester food distributor Nancy Lyons along with volunteers and National Guard soldiers came to their warehouse and packed up thousands of pounds of food. Watch the story

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Feeding Westchester Sheds Light on the State of Hunger in Westchester One Year After the County’s First COVID Case

Elmsford, N.Y. (March 3, 2021) – Wednesday, March 3 marks one year since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in Westchester. Since then, Feeding Westchester, the county’s largest nonprofit hunger-relief organization, has responded to record need in the community – serving more than twice as many residents in 2020 compared to prior years.

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