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Empty Bowls Luncheons

Feeding hope, one bowl at a time
What difference does a bowl make?

Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to raise money for, and awareness about, hunger relief. Since its inception in a high school ceramics class in 1990, Empty Bowls projects have engaged hundreds of thousands of individuals and raised millions of dollars for local communities.

The bowl is a stark reminder that many in our community face an empty bowl on a daily basis.

A special thanks to our Empty Bowls hosts, donors, and potters who donate their time, treasure, and talents to this cause.

Empty Bowl Luncheons

United Health Services
Postponed date TBD for Wilson Medical Center
Postponed date TBD for Binghamont General
Public welcome. 

Corning Incorporated Information Technology
Postponed date TBD
Corning Incorporated employees only

Corning Incorporated Sullivan Park
Postponed date TBD
Corning Incorporated employees only

Visions Federal Credit Union
Postponed date August 6, 2020 at VFCU Headquarters
Visions Federal Credit Union employees only

Corning Incoporated Headquarters
December 2020 at Headquarters Cafe
Corning Incoporated employees only

Considering hosting an Empty Bowls?
If you’d like to host an Empty Bowls luncheon to benefit the Food Bank of the Southern Tier, we’re here to help make it successful! For more infomration or to inquire about hosting an Empty Bowls email Katherine Strawser, Community Engagement Manager.