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Dollars for Doers

Dollars for Doers

Every year, Doug Mugglin of Corning donates his time to the Food Bank as a member of the Tour de Keuka bike ride planning committee and the Corning Incorporated Foundation makes a gift to the Food Bank on his behalf through its Dollars for Doers...

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Whatever it takes

Whatever it takes

Charles Thomas came to Bath in 2000 a broken man. After 30 years of drug abuse, trouble keeping jobs, and run-ins with the law, he had no choice but to make a change. He was at a Veterans Affairs facility in Pennsylvania when a fellow veteran sang praises...

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How ’bout them apples?

How ’bout them apples?

In the early 1990s, Rick and Karen Reisinger just wanted to grow enough apples to pay the taxes on their expansive hillside property above Watkins Glen. Back then, Karen was a personnel manager at an architectural firm and Rick managed Cornell’s research...

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Glean more, waste less

Glean more, waste less

Did you know you can volunteer to harvest apples for the Food Bank, helping both local farmers and people struggling with food insecurity?Farmers often find themselves with surplus or unmarketable produce, so we send volunteers to local farms to glean this...

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Pass the mic!

Pass the mic!

On June 18th, ten Steuben County residents graduated from the Food Bank’s Speakers Bureau in Bath and spoke in front of an audience of about 90 community members. The speakers shared their stories about poverty, homelessness, addiction, domestic violence,...

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A message from our President

A message from our President

Dear Friends,I was honored to attend the graduation ceremony for our third Speakers Bureau class in Bath this summer. These events are alwaysinspiring as we bear witness to the graduates’ powerful stories of poverty, trauma and incredible resilience. One...

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Tiny homes, big vision

Tiny homes, big vision

Josephine Burrell has been advocating for low-income housing for more than half her 77 years. And now, she wants to build low-income homes. Tiny homes. Homes that people with low-to-moderate incomes can own, afford and take pride in maintaining.“It’s not...

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Our Very Important Volunteers

Our Very Important Volunteers

Any given Tuesday or Thursday, you’ll find volunteer Frank Bohman, of Pine City, hard at work — with a smile for everyone — in our warehouse.“Like clockwork,” says Volunteer Coordinator Jen Harris, “Frank arrives every Tuesday and Thursday for morning...

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Driving Out Hunger

Driving Out Hunger

School bus drivers across the country take responsibility for our children every day, transporting them to and from school safely. In Painted Post, they are going the extra mile to make sure families have enough to eat.On the last Saturday of each month,...

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TDK Q&A

TDK Q&A

Anis Fadul is Director of Marketing & Strategy for New Business Development at Corning Incorporated. He has volunteered for four years on the planning committee for Tour de Keuka, a charity bike ride through Keuka Lake wine country. He joined our Board...

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