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A Legacy of Advocacy

A Legacy of Advocacy

Our community lost a wonderful soul in July – Karen Haltiner-Ordway, Class of 2019 Bath Speakers Bureau Graduate. Like all of our Speakers Bureau Graduates, Karen chose to lift her voice to drive change in our community. During her graduation speech, she shared, “I am...

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Support from Avangrid Foundation

Support from Avangrid Foundation

The Food Bank of the Southern Tier received a $15,000 grant from the Avangrid Foundation, in partnership with NYSEG, to support the Food Bank’s food acquisition and distribution. This reflects the Foundation’s commitment to the communities served by...

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Your comments matter!

Many of the Food Bank’s supporters have submitted comments on proposed rules that would diminish Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligibility for millions of Americans. The Trump administration has proposed an unprecedented number of changes that would...

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State Ag visits Food Bank

State Ag visits Food Bank

Richard A. Ball, Commissioner of New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, visited the Food Bank of the Southern Tier Wednesday, September 25 in recognition of Hunger Action Month. Commissioner Ball, local legislators and other food system...

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Support from the Triad Foundation

The Ithaca-based Triad Foundation is continuing its long-term support for the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.A recent $20,000 grant will provide general operating support for the Food Bank’s programs. In 2018, the Food Bank distributed 9.5 million meals...

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GO ORANGE THIS HUNGER ACTION MONTH!

GO ORANGE THIS HUNGER ACTION MONTH!

In the Southern Tier, more than 72,000 of our neighbors struggle with hunger and may not know where they’ll find their next meal. Hunger affects many people in our region, including those who work full-time jobs, disabled individuals, seniors and children....

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Snack Time!

Snack Time!

Diana Iuzzini could tell there was more to her students’ lethargy and irritability than sleep-deprivation.“They were coming in here sleepy — not from lack of sleep but from lack of nourishment and lack of energy,” she says.Diana works with Newark Valley...

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