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Food Bank Mission
The mission of the Food Bank for Westchester is to lead, engage and educate Westchester County in creating a hunger-free environment.
The Food Bank for Westchester serves over 265 local hunger-relief programs throughout Westchester, including food pantries, soup kitchens, child and adult day-care centers, and shelters. The Food Bank provides 95% of all the food given to hungry families, children and seniors as cooked meals or groceries to take home.
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Who HelpS Us

Thank you to the team at Whole Foods for raising $15,966 through their Feed Four More Campaign. Through this campaign customers could donate money to purchase food for families in need in Westchester County. Your fundraising efforts were a huge success as your customers gave generously. Pictured from left to right, Katie Cole – Marketing Team Leader, White Plains, Kate Flanagan – Marketing Team Leader, Port Chester, Amzad Latiff – Store Team Leader, White Plains, Ellen Lynch, Executive Director, and Nancy Lyons, Volunteer Services Manager.


Thank you to Congresswoman Nita Lowey for stopping by our offices and supporting the role that we play in addressing the hunger issue. We appreciate her concern about the challenges facing our struggling Lower Hudson Valley families.


Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger has donated $10,000 for political advocacy efforts. The grant will support Food Bank initiatives advocating for hunger relief and a hunger-free environment. With politicians in Washington proposing major cuts to vital anti-hunger programs to balance the budget, the timing of this donation couldn’t be better.

Save The Date

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Save the Date

15th Annual Agency Conference

On Thursday September 18, 2014 The Food Bank for Westchester will be hosting the fifteenth annual Agency Day, a training conference for member agencies who are fighting hunger in Westchester County. This important capacity building conference offers staff and volunteers of the agencies training and technical assistance.

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Golden Scoop Corporate Challenge

Capital One Bank was the winner of our Golden Scoop Corporate Challenge. They packed 1700 lbs of beans in one hour. Thank you to all 11 teams, AQR Capital, Bunge, Chubb, Clarfeld Financial, Curtis Instruments, Pernod Ricard, Regeneron, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop, and Webster Bank for packing an incredible 15,976 pounds of much needed food. YOU ARE ALL WINNERS to the hungry people in Westchester. For pictures of our 2014 Challenge, please click here.

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2014 HUNGER HEROES Breakfast

We will be honoring our very special Hunger Heroes, those volunteers who have made exceptional efforts fighting hunger in Westchester County on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at Tappan Hill Mansion, Tarrytown, NY

Baldwin Mitchell
Yonkers Seventh Day Adventist Church Food Pantry

Boys and Girls Club of Northern Westchester

Maria Regina High School

Stop & Shop

Shiloh Baptist Church, New Rochelle

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We are investing in the future by expanding our team and increasing our efforts in the community. Our work is guided by our plan to eliminate hunger in Westchester county ... because no one should be hungry.

The Food Bank for Westchester is currently looking to fill the following position:

Food Bank PSA

Our mission is to feed the hungry children in Westchester County and to engage our county in the fight to end childhood hunger. Take a look at our new PSA in partnership with Feeding America.

THANK YOU to WHUD Chief Operating Officer Jason Finkelberg and President & Creative Director of Fastforward Communications Adam Handler for this awesome Public Service Announcement that aired on WHUD 100.7 and The PEAK 107.1 recently. Click here…. listen to mp3


The Food Growing Program is a partnership of the Food Bank with several local organizations to cultivate unused land for growing fresh produce for hungry Westchester residents while also training youth and adult populations on how to grow food. The harvested organic produce is donated to the Food Bank and distributed to local hunger-relief agencies. The FBW “farm” encompasses approximately 4 total acres at 5 sites:

Leake & Watts Residential Campus, Yonkers
Leake & Watts: Woodfield Cottage, Valhalla
New York School for the Deaf, White Plains
Westchester County Department of Correction, Valhalla
Westchester Land Trust: Sugar Hill Farm, Bedford Hills

Learn more about this program and our partner sites by clicking here.

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