Our clients, donors, volunteers and partners all have something to share. Read their stories and learn how you can get involved.
Feed Neighbors. Feed Hope.
Your gift will go a long way to feed more people in need who are struggling with hunger today. $1 provides 3 meals for our neighbors across the Southern Tier.
Why Advocacy Work Matters
Decisions made by our elected officials have a huge impact on the supply of food available to the Food Bank and on the overall demand for charitable food assistance.
A Team Effort
By holding a food drive with your friends, family, or coworkers, you can help put an end to hunger and provide foods that people in our community need most.
Campaigns & Events
Learn more about our different campaigns and events to take part in helping those in need.
1 Month of Meals
10 Bags of Groceries
40 BackPack Packs
People Served Each Week
of People Served are Children
of Every Dollar Donated
Square Miles Serviced
Christine Barksdale takes a vegetarian lasagna out of the oven and stirs the remaining tomato sauce on the back burner. She repackages the leftover ingredients — cheeses, peppers, riced cauliflower, greens — and plans how she’ll use them in meals for the rest of the...
A joint effort between the Food Bank and healthcare partners, along with support from local medical students, will get clients the food they need to make long-lasting strides toward total wellbeing. Health Meets Home, in its pilot stage, will create the ability to...
A few years ago, at the Anti-Hunger Policy Conference in Washington D.C., Food Bankers leaned in as an advocate asked a panel of food-insecure people what agencies could do to really learn what kind of help food-insecure people need. “You ask them,” a panelist said...